During the Windows 11 announcement, Microsoft revealed a new app that will be available to Windows 11 users out of the box. It lets the user communicate with friends, family, and colleagues through Microsoft Teams via a simplified UI.
This app is based on the consumer version of Microsoft Teams and allows users to quickly exchange text messages, pictures, documents, and start voice and video calls directly from the taskbar. Because Teams is a cross-platform app, you can chat with other people whether they are using PC, Android, or iOS.
At the top, you will find the Meet Now button that lets you quickly set up a video call and invite someone to it. This doesn't require a Microsoft account to join the call. In addition, the application allows you to send SMS messages on Android and iOS.
It looks like the Chat app will replace Skype as the preinstalled messaging client on Windows. Skype is also no longer included with Windows 11.
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