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Goodbye Skype

After many years, we are finally removing MS Skype as an internal communication tool.

There are alternatives, and one of them is MS Teams.

It is fascinating how both tools appear to be similarly user-hostile, yet MS Teams succeed in causing a heightened level of user-unfriendliness if you try to utilize something other than the primary feature to converse with people.

I hope it is not only me, but I find the entire concept of teams in MS Teams almost useless. It is very hard to engage with people who mainly use the tool to chat 1 on 1.

Do you use the teams feature and what are your hacks to make it work when building a community?

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