Microsoft to release soon a new Microsoft Teams app for Windows 10

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Microsoft announced that it’s planning to replace Skype for Business with the Microsoft Teams app back in March, last year. Also back in 2017, during its Edge Web Summit, the company announced that an improved version of Microsoft Teams, will be released on the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 as.

According to a recent report from Petri.com, it seems Microsoft has already started testing the Teams PWA with a “small group of users”. The company is currently calling the app a Hosted Web App (HWA), which works similarly to a PWA.

When it comes to functionality, the new app should look and run just like the desktop version. Apparently, Microsoft is promoting the new app for Windows 10 S only for now.

RELATED: How to install and use Microsoft Teams on Windows 10

According to Microsoft, there are now more than 200,000 organizations using the software. This is a good sign, showing that Microsoft manages to promote it as a true Slack rival. As for the new version, it’s already being tested with a small group, which means the next step is for the application to go live in the Microsoft Store.

By the way, if you’re already using Microsoft Teams, there’s a number of errors you might have encountered upon. Here’s two of the most annoying ones:

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