With most of the businesses worldwide now resorting to the work-from-home scheme, demand has grown for some reliable and secure team communication tools. While some of these apps are more open and easy to use for general purposes like catching up with friends and colleagues, there are some that are focused more on the corporates. One such application is Microsoft’s very own ‘Microsoft Teams’.
By definition, Microsoft Teams is a proprietary business communication platform developed by Microsoft, as part of the Microsoft 365 family of products. One can compare it with similar peer software like Slack or Skype for Business, but Microsoft has given this, a lot of useful features and functionalities, that make it, a go-to for organizations around the world.
Microsoft Teams allows users to engage in simple chats with their friends or colleagues, and these days, when we say chat, it usually involves a lot of emojis or GIFs. The reason for this is that emojis and GIFs offer a unique and creative way to show what we feel about a certain idea or even our reaction to a suggestion. In short, emojis and GIFs help us convey messages that words cannot do.