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Microsoft has been putting a lot of hard work in improving and introducing many new features for its Slack competitor, Microsoft Teams on Android and iOS.

Today the company is pushing out a new update for both iOS and Android which come with several new features. The latest update comes with voicemail support, the ability to create teams and more.

The users on iOS and Android will now be able to create teams and add members on the mobile app. Voicemail support has also been added to the Microsoft Teams app on both iOS and Android mobile.

You will also be able to share chat history with the new participants in the group chat along with the ability to reduce the noise by muting the chat. If you want to message any individual in a group then you will now be able to use the @mention to get the individual’s attention.

Some of the new features like the Calling feature and Joining the meetings without any name have been pushed to only Android users with versions x86 and above.

However for iOS users the company has rolled out the option to reply to chats and channel posts directly from the notification screen. This is an iOS specific feature. iOS users will also be able to manage teams, reply to messages and mute chats directly from the notification screen after the latest update.

The company is also working on some new features for the group admins in the Microsoft Teams and should be rolled out to Android and iOS users over the next week.

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