Microsoft's new tool warns staff to stop sending emails

Microsoft's new tool warns staff to stop sending emails

Microsoft has taken a stance against employee burnout by introducing a new function that discourages workers from sending emails outside of their normal working hours.

According to Computer Weekly, Microsoft unveiled plans for its Microsoft 365 cloud suite, Teams, which has embedded several new functions into its tools to help staff communicate more effectively. So far, over 200,000 businesses currently use Teams at work.

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