The Microsoft Teams video calling app will get the automatic call recording feature, as the tech giant confirmed this via its user feedback forum, however, it did not provide a timeline on when users might expect the feature, while Microsoft Teams competitor Zoom has this feature. Already.
The query about the automatic call recording feature was put up in the Microsoft user feedback forum, about 3 years ago, by user Andreas, and he says: “If you knew in advance that a meeting should be recorded, it would be good to have an option when scheduling the meeting to start recording automatically, it can be This helps you not forget to start recording and save some time and effort without having to remember to do it manually.
Microsoft responded, in a “short” period of three years: “Thank you for your feedback! The team is currently working on this request. We will share an update as soon as it becomes available.”
It is expected that the feature will be launched for both Microsoft Windows and macOS, upon its arrival, and automatic call recording will be very useful in situations where you are in an important meeting and forget to manually record it, and in such cases, the feature helps save a copy of the meeting for reference later.
Also, among some of the new features that Microsoft plans to add to Teams is the new “out of office” presence status, which is being introduced, where you can put the personal status of your teams as “out of the office” after receiving this update, which your colleagues will see when they try to contact you or Chat with you, your personal “out of office” status will also be automatically updated in your Outlook Calendar.