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With 13 million daily active users, Microsoft says its Teams chat app is now growing faster than Slack (MSFT, WORK)

Business Insider Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
With 13 million daily active users, Microsoft says its Teams chat app is now growing faster than Slack (MSFT, WORK)· *On Thursday, Microsoft announced that its workplace chat app Teams now has over 13 million daily active users.*
· *In January, Slack — which recently went public — reported that it has over 10 million active users. *
· *Microsoft also announced new features for Teams, including priority notifications, announcements,...
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