Microsoft Teams is a business communication software developed by Microsoft in 2017. Features of the application include instant messaging, audioconferencing, videoconferencing, file storage and application integrations, etc. Microsoft Teams is a replacement to the company’s initial business communication tools like Skype for Business and Microsoft Classroom.
In 2016, the American multinational technology company considered buying Slack for $8 billion but decided to release a direct competitor.
Available of the Microsoft Store is the Microsoft Teams Play Together application, a video sharing widget that allows people video chat with friends while playing video games. Developed under the collaboration of Microsoft Teams & Xbox Game Bar, users can screenshare their gameplay on systems running the Windows 11 OS, with the ability to create a shareable link and also invite up to 20 friends.