Microsoft Teams reaches 75 million daily active users

The Microsoft Teams collaboration platform has more than 75 million daily active users, and two-thirds of them have shared, collaborated, or interacted with files through the tool.

Around the world, more than 183,000 educational institutions use Teams. At the corporate level, organizations of all sizes use Teams, including 20 global multinationals with more than 100,000 employees.

As the company reports in a statement, Teams has managed to connect more than 200 million participants in a single day, reaching more than 4.1 billion meeting minutes.

Microsoft Teams is intended as a ‘hub’ for teamwork, as it includes meetings, calls, chat and collaboration in a single tool. It focuses on the domains of education, administration, healthcare, and business, where it seeks to drive collaboration for organizations of all sizes.


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