Microsoft has recently announced a new important update for Microsoft Teams, its cloud-based solution whose adoption truly skyrocketed in the last few months.
More specifically, the Redmond-based tech giant says it’s updating the default and dark themes in Microsoft Teams with new background colors and icons in order to align with the overall Microsoft 365 design.
The company explains that this rollout is projected to kick off in November, so it won’t be long until the visual refresh happens on all supported platforms.
The Microsoft 365 vision that the Redmond-based software giant is pointing to was announced in July this year, and it obviously includes Fluent Design, the new language that’s being expanded everywhere across Microsoft’s portfolio.
“The next wave of Microsoft 365 UX changes will go even further by fading brand colors from app headers and exploring adap… (read more)