New Function "Co-Organizer" in the Meeting
Those who often organize meetings will welcome the new "co-organizer" role, which they can assign to up to 10 people participating in the meeting. Such co-organizers have almost the same rights in the meeting as the organizer, including the ability to access and modify meeting options. The role will be especially appreciated by the organizers of more important meetings, such as online final state examinations or scientific council meetings, when they can transfer part of their rights to their colleagues through the "co-organizer" function.
Join a Meeting in Teams Using an ID and Password
Don't like sharing a link for a meeting because some of your colleagues have plaintext selected in their email settings? You can now send a code and password instead of an invitation - after entering them (see images), your invited participants will automatically connect.
Stream Easily from MS Teams to other Platforms
Previously, you had to create a live event complicatedly if you wanted to stream a call from Teams to another streaming platform. Now, all you need is a scheduled appointment to which you add the extension (see images) and data to stream according to the desired platform (for example, YouTube studio or Vimeo). Try it yourself!
Try the MS Lists Calendar View
Are the items in the classic calendar in Office applications not enough for you? Try the MS Lists view, where you can define your columns and otherwise customize the calendar to your needs.
Dictating in Office Applications - Newly also in the Czech Language
Stubborn opponents of typing on the keyboard will appreciate the new possibility of dictating in the Czech language within selected Office applications. On your desktop computers, you can try this new feature in Word, Outlook, and Powerpoint applications (and it's currently being introduced for OneNote).