Microsoft teams launches 30-day free trial

Microsoft teams is now available in preview and admins can set up a 30-day trial for the add-on free of charge.

Announced earlier this year and scheduled to roll out in February of 2023 teams premium has rolled out an add-on as a trial version before the main course.

Microsoft teams Premium is an add-on that adds options for users to personalize their workspace, improve security, with AI (Artificial Intelligence) tools as well as enhance meetings.

Up to 40 languages translated into captions for webinars will be available in the subscription.

The subscription also caters tools to streamline webinar experience.

What you can test out

Users can organize backgrounds, use AI to make meetings more productive through translated captions to remove language barriers.

Smarter recordings with autogenerated chapters as well as insights to catch up on missed meetings where your name was mentioned.

Users will now have access to advanced meeting protection such as end to end encryptions for meetings including labels for meetings to prevent copying and pasting of meeting chats.

Quality webinar experience

Streamline workflows, manually approve guests and facilitate behind the scene actions through a virtual green room Microsoft Teams Premium has upgrades which by the looks of it gives competitors a run for their money.

To gain access users, must purchase Microsoft Teams Premium package with the license.

“Today, we are excited to share that we are making Microsoft Teams Premium broadly available for preview as a limited trial for our commercial customers through the Microsoft 365 admin center. The features under this offering began rolling out this December and will continue to roll out through January,: read the media release from the teams desk.

IT admins can enroll in the trial through the Microsoft 365 Admin Center and activate a free Teams Premium licensing trial.

How to enroll for the preview

Users can enroll tenants into the preview as a trial through the Microsoft 365 admin center by searching teams premium in the catalog.

“Once enrolled and activated, tenant admins will receive limited number of trial licenses good for a duration of 30 days they can assign to users in their organization.

“Admins can also choose to enroll in the public preview to gain access to Teams Premium features without assigning the trial licenses to end users, such as understanding the configuration options for the capabilities or assessing how they will be used in their environment.

“If a user is assigned a Teams Premium trial license and the duration has expired, the user will no longer have access to those Teams Premium features. Similar to user license assignment, once the public preview duration has expired IT admins will lose access to these features.”

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