Are you a web user who wants to call 911 on Microsoft Teams? If so, you’re in for some good news.
Calling emergency services is something no one desires, but it is crucial to do so when necessary. The good news is, Microsoft Teams has just announced that the ability to call 911 on the web client is now available. This is a major update for the platform, as it makes it easier for users to make emergency calls from anywhere.
Previously, the only way to call 911 on Teams was from a desktop or mobile device. This meant that users who were working from home or using a public computer were unable to make emergency calls.
With the new update, as we’ve spotted on the community’s forum, users can now add their home or office address to Teams and then make 911 calls from the web client. This will ensure that emergency services are always able to find them, even if they are not using a desktop or mobile device.
Once you have added your address on the Microsoft Teams web app, you can make 911 calls from the web client by clicking on the 911 button.
The new ability to call 911 on the web client is a major safety feature for Teams users. It will help to ensure that users can always get help in an emergency, no matter where they are.
What are your thoughts on the Redmond-based tech giant adding the feature to call 911 on Microsoft Teams web clients? Let us know in the comments!