- The company will integrate the Microsoft Teams app Before any other one
- It is confirmed that the integration process will include other applications as well
- There is no information on the availability of the integration
Windows 11 is the latest operating system by Microsoft and the same is coming with many new features as well as an updated user interface. The company worked hard on the new version of the Windows operating system and the same is loaded with the new animations and sounds as well. It is worth mentioning that the support for the Android applications is the biggest highlight of the new version of the operating system.
Well, now we got a new piece of information that will make things easier for the users who make lots of video conferencing and screen sharing. The company has officially confirmed that the Windows 11 will get the integrated apps to share screen while video conferencing.
The company is testing the new capability on its Microsoft Teams application and that will enable users to hover over open windows on the taskbar and quickly share the window content on Microsoft Teams.
Interestingly Microsoft has confirmed that this particular capability will not only be limited on its own application as the feature will be available on other popular applications and that means the same capability will be available on the platforms like Zoom and more.
Unfortunately, there is no information on the timeline of the availability of the feature but we believe that the same will be available in the early days of next year.
So let’s wait for the arrival of the new feature on Windows 11 and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips. Having said that, if you are new to this website then don’t forget to smash the bell icon at the left corner of the screen to get the notifications instantly.
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