Microsoft Teams is getting a new History Menu in February

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The desktop version of Microsoft Teams is about to receive a new History menu, which will allow users to easily navigate back and forth between frequently visited sections of the platform. The Microsoft 365 Roadmap entry indicates that the feature is expected to launch in February 2021 (via Windows Central).

“The History Menu for Teams desktop clients displays your recently visited locations when hovering over the backward and forward navigation options. Using the menu you can quickly jump back to previous locations, making it much easier to quickly get back to nested locations like tabs or documents. The menu is also accessible via keyboard shortcut,” the company explained.

Although many people have coped admirably with the disruption caused by the ongoing pandemic, there have still been challenges along the way. The new navigation experience will aid users by decreasing the time and effort needed to search for an important file or document while collaborating with their colleagues.

Microsoft keeps adding new features regularly to Microsoft Teams, and the company has released a bunch of new features this month. The list includes Breakout rooms, end of meeting notifications, new Together mode scenes, and more. If you’re interested, we invite you to check out our separate posts for more information.