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Certificate-based authentication, single sign-in comes to Microsoft Teams app on Android

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Microsoft has released a new update in the Play Store for its group collaboration app Microsoft Teams, on Android.

In the latest update, version 1416/1.0.0.2017020701, Microsoft has made several improvements to the overall user experience among other bug fixes as well.

Here is the official changelog:

  • Easily access OneNote files and tabbed Office documents in team channels
  • Single sign-in with other Office 365 apps
  • Added support for certificate-based authentication
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

Microsoft Teams is your chat-centered workspace in Office 365. Instantly access all your team’s content from a single place where messages, files, people and tools live together. Take it with you on your favourite mobile device.

The latest update for Microsoft Teams is live in the Google Play Store and you can download it from the store link below.

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