Microsoft Teams Chat, problem with live events has been fixed

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The Redmond-based company had previously confirmed that users in the area may experience delays in receiving chat messages. Teams live events added later can also be affected by the issue.

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Microsoft announced on Thursday that it has resolved an issue within the platform for collaboration in the workplace that affects users in the Americas.

The Redmond-based company had previously confirmed that users in the area may experience delays in receiving chat messages. Teams live events added later can also be affected by the issue.

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“We have completed all recovery processes and confirmed through extended monitoring that the problem has been resolved,” the company said on Twitter.

According to Downdetector, which provides information on outages, over 800 problems have been reported with teams, mostly related to server connection. Microsoft had also identified a potential network problem that the company said could have caused the problem.

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The collaboration platform saw a significant increase in the number of daily active users (DAUs). In October last year, the teams hit 115 million DAUs.

Earlier this month, Microsoft introduced new enhancements such as approvals and task publishing to improve productivity and collaboration on the platform. In addition, new functions for meetings and personalization in teams have been introduced.

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