On Tuesday morning, Microsoft released the first preview of a new team app that was intended to help organizations learn about their team members.
The team app lets users access a dashboard with more than 40 data points on a person’s contributions, accomplishments, and achievements over the past two years.
The data includes the person’s name, the organization’s name and location, the person and the organization.
Users can also see the person in the news, which also shows up in the app.
Microsoft also announced a new badge, which the company says will be a new way to track progress.
Users will now be able to choose between two badges: the one that shows a percentage of the person or organization’s contributions to the organization, or a badge that shows the person with the highest percentage of contributions.
The company is also launching a new version of the app, called the team team badge, that will show the percentage of each person or team’s contributions that are tracked by the app and can be shared.
The team app will also have a team associated badge, where members of a team can see their team’s badge status.
This will show up in a team app search results, as well as when users search for their organization.
Microsoft has also introduced a new feature called the Inspirational Team Quote.
This feature is similar to the one in the Microsoft Teams app, where users can see a quote from a person, a group, or an organization.
In this way, the company is offering users a more personalized experience.
In addition to the new team apps, Microsoft also announced that it will be launching an Insider Program on November 7, offering developers and testers the chance to build apps for Windows 10.
Microsoft says that it expects to have these apps ready to roll out by the end of the year.