The new Chat app brings Microsoft Teams for consumers right to the Taskbar, but will you actually use it?
Microsoft’s latest build of Windows 11, build 22000.100, brings support for the new Chat experience powered by Teams. The feature allows people to quickly access Microsoft Teams for consumers from the Windows 11 Taskbar. We want to know if you’ll use the new Chat app or leave it untouched in the Taskbar.
The Chat app replaces Skype as the default in-box chat app for Windows. It’s yet to be seen if that means anything to the average user. Skype being the default in-box chat app for Windows to this point hasn’t stopped anyone from using WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, or any other popular messaging service.
Will you use the Chat app in Windows 11?
Unlike the Microsoft Teams that many will be familiar with from school or business settings, the new Chat app is powered by the consumer version of Teams. This is aimed at everyday use for people communicating with friends an…