Microsoft Teams to get channel cross posting and priority notifications

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Microsoft Teams might get channel cross posting soon

With 13 million daily active users, Microsoft Teams is clearly a big success for the tech gigant.

Teams integration with Office 365 is a big part of its rapid growth

A significant part of that success is its integration with Office 365. Not only that, but the continued efforts to expand and add new features had also played a big role in Teams’ rapid growth.

Among many new upcoming changes, a new feature was confirmed by Microsoft Teams’ twitter. It seems like posting a single message in multiple channels at the same time is coming to the workplace.

Coming soon to #MicrosoftTeams: Channel cross posting allows you to post a single message in multiple channels at the same time.

Although the new feature was confirmed, an ETA for channel cross posting wasn’t revealed.

Microsoft Teams might get a new set of features soon

Other features that might come to Microsoft Teams soon are priority notifications for important messages, support for reading receipts in chat, and more control to channel moderators over a channel’s content.

Teams is the fastest growing app in the Microsoft 365 universe and is besting its main rival, Slack, in terms of usage and adaptability.

Maybe it’s because of the frequent updates, or because of its integration with Office 365. Whatever the reason behind Teams’ success is, its market share is increasing rapidly.