Microsoft Teams for macOS is finally getting automatic meeting recording
What you need to know
- Microsoft teams is getting automatic meeting recording.
- There's no timeline for when it will launch.
Microsoft Teams for macOS is getting an oft-requested feature in the form of the ability to automatically record meetings. The news was announced via a forum post – that just happened to be a reply to a three-year-old question.
First spied by Windows Latest and 9to5Mac, a post to the Microsoft Teams forum in September 2018 posed a simple suggestion.
Then, almost three years later, a Teams Engineering employee called Alex responded with the news everyone had been waiting for – the feature is coming.
There was no explanation of when the feature might go live, however, suggesting that it isn't something we should expect any time soon. But the fact automatic meeting recording is being worked on at all will be music to the ears of those who have to use it. Or they could just use Zoom instead.
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