Microsoft has announced another massive performance upgrade for Teams, this time following an upgrade to framework which was introduced this month.
” We conducted extensive analysis of our key usage scenarios, from workloads to our internal audiences, as well as A/B experiments. The upgraded frame showed improvements in all areas. The upgraded framework showed improvements in all areas, especially for the P95 metric, meaning that 95% of the time the experience is better than the metric. Tracking performance metrics shows whether improvements apply to most users, including those with entry-level devices and poor network conditions” explains Microsoft.
The company explains that most people spend their time in Teams switching between chats, channels and activity streams, which has become a priority for the software giant.
In other words, switching between these common parts of Teams should now be faster, not just after the recent upgrade toframeworkbut also thanks to all the improvements that the service has received in the last two years.
“The most common action for a user in Teams is switching between different chats, channels and activity streams. Over the last two years, switching between threads is now 32% faster and switching between channels is 39% faster. This results in a smoother experience that keeps you in the flow” explains Microsoft.
And that’s not all. That explains the Redmond-based software companyit also improved the performance of other Teams featuresincluding hand-raising delay during a meeting.