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Key Points:
  • Microsoft brings me a new feature on the Taskbar.
  • The feature will allow you to make video calls in a flash.
  • It will arrive soon on the devices.

Since March this year, we are experiencing virtual meet up and get together as the coronavirus and the lockdown which implemented to curb the disease and to stop the spreading. We are still experiencing virtual conferences and doing official work from the home with the help of video calls and video conferences. Well, now the tech giant Microsoft is bringing a new feature which will make things more easy to get connected with the near and dear ones or colleagues.

Microsoft is bringing the Meet Now button on the Taskbar and the feature will enable users to make video calls quickly. This particular feature is working for the Skype video conferencing application and the same was introduced on Skype in April this year.

That means you guys can able to click the button to get connected with your near and dear ones or colleague to carry out the virtual meeting. The company is gearing up to bring the feature on all the devices and the same will hit on your device very soon.

Personally speaking, this is a good addition by Microsoft because now we can able to carry out the video calling purpose quickly and it is one of the most important feature in the current scenario.

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