Microsoft Teams is again ahead of Slack in the number of users

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Microsoft Teams is again ahead of Slack in the number of users

The number of daily active users of the Microsoft Teams app has surpassed 20 million, which is almost 54% higher than previous statistics and still more than their competitor Slack.

Microsoft Teams is again ahead of Slack in the number of users

The current results bode well for the sale of Microsoft Office 365, which is a key part of today's Microsoft, alongside the public cloud Azure..

Slack shares fell 10% on Tuesday following Microsoft data release. Shares are down more than 18% since the company debuted on the public market in June.

Microsoft introduced Teams in 2016, two years after Slack launched. In July, the corporation said the app had over 13 million daily active users vs. 10 million for Slack.

«Today's users often need richer forms of communication and collaboration. Last month, Teams customers participated in approximately 27 million voice or video meetings and completed over 220 million actions to open, edit, or upload files», – written by Jared Spataro, Microsoft 365 corporate vice president your blog.

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However, Slack opposed claims that competitors are more popular than Slack products.. The company believes that not all Office 365 subscribers use Teams.

Alcoa, L’Oreal and Telefonica are among the enterprises using Teams. In October, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said more than 350 organizations have at least 10,000 people using the service.. “Our research shows that Slack will have significant challenges to move forward in the market given the significant competitive offering from Microsoft [Teams] that is gaining momentum faster than anticipated”, – said Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives.

Office 365 subscriptions include access to Teams and apps like Word and Excel. Office 365 Commercial Subscriptions contribute to the Commercial Cloud, which has been closely watched by investors in recent years. Azure, Dynamics 365 enterprise software and LinkedIn commercial products also contribute to the Commercial Cloud, which totaled $ 11.6 billion in the third quarter, more than one third of Microsoft's total revenue.

Teams also competes with Workplace from Facebook Inc and Webex from Cisco Systems Inc.