Day: September 9, 2020

How to use Microsoft Teams on a mobile device

You can tap into several of the key features of Microsoft Teams on a mobile device. Here’s how.

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You may already be using Microsoft Teams on your computer to remotely join meetings and collaborate on projects with colleagues. But Teams is also available as a mobile app if you ever need to use it on the go. Available for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices, the Teams app lets you set up or join a video or audio call, chat with people, and share files.

SEE: Video teleconferencing do’s and don’ts (free PDF) (TechRepublic) 

If you don’t already have the Teams app for your phone or tablet, download it from Apple’s App Store for an iPhone or iPad, or from Google Play for an Android device. The iOS/iPadOS and Android versions have the same basic functionality, though there are some minor layout differences. Assuming you already have an account

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Redmi 9i Set to Launch in India on September 15 on Flipkart and Mi.com

Redmi 9i is all set to launch in India on September 15. The upcoming phone will sit alongside the new Redmi 9, Redmi 9A, and Redmi 9 Prime handsets in the series. Xiaomi has confirmed that the Redmi 9i will be available online on Mi.com and Flipkart sites. The phone is teased to pack 4GB of RAM and have a waterdrop-style notch just like the other phones in the Redmi 9 series. It is also confirmed to run on MIUI 12 software.

Xiaomi has taken to Twitter to announce the launch of the Redmi 9i in India on September 15. The availability of the phone has been confirmed on Mi.com and Flipkart. It is teased to pack 4GB of RAM and sport a waterdrop-style notch display. A dedicated page has also been made live on Mi.com teasing key features of the Redmi 9i. It is seen to offer 3.5mm audio

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How to record your screen in Android 11

If you’ve been wishing Google would add the ability to record the screen to the Android platform, the wait is over. Jack Wallen shows you how to make this happen in Android 11.

Image: Jack Wallen

Android 11 has a lot of new tricks up its sleeve–from everything to a much-improved notification shade, to battery life enhancements, quick controls, bubbles, app suggestions, and more, but there’s one feature that a number of users will be thankful for. This particular feature is long overdue and will go a long way to help people demonstrate tasks on their devices, enable support to better help you, or just share a fun video of what’s going on with your screen.

The feature I’m talking about is screen recording, and it’s finally built-in to the Android platform, so no more installing third-party apps to get the feature. This new ability comes with Android 11,

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