New Microsoft app Lists now available in video meet app Teams

Lists in Teams is supported as a team-based tab app built on top of the Microsoft Teams platform

New Microsoft app Lists now available in video meet app Teams

Photo for representation

New Delhi, September 12

Microsoft has made its new productivity app called Lists available to Microsoft 365 commercial and government community (GCC) customers who use the video meet platform Teams.

The Lists app was first announced at ‘Build 2020’ virtual conference and is now generally available in Microsoft Teams.

Microsoft Lists helps track information and organise work.

“Lists are simple, smart, and flexible, so you can stay on top of what matters most to your team. Track patients, loans, issues, assets, routines, contacts, inventory and more using customisable views and smart rules and alerts to keep everyone in sync,” the company said in a statement this week.

With ready-made templates, one can quickly create lists from directly within Teams and access those on the Teams mobile app by accessing the Lists tab.

“The vision of the Lists app in Teams is to bring all the collaboration and communication modalities to lists and list items, so it is easy to get work done,” Microsoft said.

Lists in Teams is supported as a team-based tab app built on top of the Microsoft Teams platform.

To access Microsoft Lists in Teams, click the existing icon for Planner.

The government agencies can use the Lists app in Teams to track incidents and coordinated incident response.

The ‘Incidents’ template helps people quickly setup a list and get started.

“Loan officers at a mortgage broker or bank can use the Lists app to track a set of loans and informally collaborate on advancing them to approval,” Microsoft said. IANS

Top Stories

President Kovind gives assent to 3 contentious farm Bills

President Kovind gives assent to 3 contentious farm Bills

Farmers fear that farm reforms would pave way for dismantlin...

Akalis snapping ties with NDA unfortunate: Punjab BJP leaders

Akalis snapping ties with NDA unfortunate: Punjab BJP leaders

SAD on Saturday night had announced to quit the National Dem...

Congress dares JJP to quit ruling BJP alliance in Haryana over farm Bills

Congress dares JJP to quit ruling BJP alliance in Haryana over farm Bills

Selja, Jakhar urge all NDA supporting  parties to oppose far...

Mann Ki Baat: Farmers are the foundation of Atmanirbhar Bharat, says PM Modi

Mann Ki Baat: Farmers are the foundation of Atmanirbhar Bharat, says PM Modi

'Farmers can now sell their produce wherever they want'

Cities

View All