Tech giant Microsoft has launched the personal version of its communication app Teams for use among friends and families that offers all-day free video calling.

Microsoft will “eventually enforce limits of 60 minutes for group calls of up to 100 people after the pandemic, but keep 24 hours for 1:1 calls”, Theverge reports.

Microsoft previewed the personal version of Teams nearly a year ago on iOS and Android devices.

The personal service is similar to the Microsoft Teams for businesses and allows people to chat, video call, and share calendars, locations, and files easily. Microsoft Teams for personal use now works across the web, mobile, and desktop apps.

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