Admission to Microsoft Teams has skyrocketed in the last nine months or so, and you can easily see for yourself why.
Because most of the world is forced to work remotely, solutions like Microsoft Teams have been useful for employees to stay connected and productive, even from the safety of their own homes.
According to Microsoft, the acceptance of Microsoft teams has improved in two months almost as much as usual in two years, with the latest statistics showing a total of 115 million users per day in the service.
All of them have made Microsoft Teams a super-popular app, and given that it comes with special mobile clients for iPhone and Android, users can keep in touch with colleagues even on the go.
And starting recently, Microsoft Teams now supports Android Auto, according to a recent discovery, so the notifications you receive in the app are also displayed in the car. In other words, Microsoft Teams is now treated in Android Auto like any other messaging app, like WhatsApp and Telegram, so you can just tap the notification so Google Assistant can read the content for you.
On the other hand, there is a chance that this update will be gradually distributed to users around the world, as not everyone sees Microsoft teams in Android Auto. It̵
However, the launch of Microsoft Teams in the car is definitely good news, especially since it has become such a mandatory application. For now, only notification support chats are supported, but we’ve contacted Microsoft for more information and will post a follow-up story if the roadmap is shared.
Meanwhile, the latest version of Microsoft Teams for Android devices is 18.104.22.1680111001 and was released in mid-November.