On May 19, the epidemic alert in Taiwan was raised to the third level, and gatherings of 5 people indoors and 10 people outdoors were suspended. The Ministry of Education also announced that all school students at all levels would stop attending school and adopt distance teaching. Unexpectedly, as soon as this announcement came out, there were many sorrows and sorrows. Many teachers, students and parents were not good at using digital platforms.
Many academic seminars and lectures were changed to online mode, and graduation ceremonies had to be suspended. Enterprises were even photo retouching service more impacted. Originally scheduled press conferences, legal seminars, and marketing activities were forced to suspend. The organizers were eager to find a platform tool that could accommodate hundreds of people. Feedback on data collection and other work and devastated. In fact, for the above problems, Microsoft Teams, which has a long history of hosting online meetings, has a good solution.
New webinar feature, Microsoft Teams adds three new highlights Recently, the local epidemic has intensified, and Taiwan has to go through the test that other countries faced last year. Whether it is working in different places, distance teaching, online seminars, etc., these new normal life in the epidemic era are not familiar to most countries other than Taiwan after a year of practice. Faced with the trend of online seminars, lectures and events of all types, Microsoft Teams has launched a new webinar function to help companies and organizations hold events as usual in a more agile and flexible way, and continue to open up new opportunities. Three new highlights include: