Microsoft is making a big push to make its employees feel better about their jobs, but some workers are having a hard time letting go.
The tech giant recently released an app called M-Train, which uses the same audio and video that is found in its most popular video games.
It uses a series of headphones and a small microphone to record what employees say in a chat with the company’s human resources manager.
Microsoft is hoping the app will help them “get back to work faster, more productively and more effectively,” the company said in a blog post.
“It’s not just about listening to your coworkers,” the blog post said.
Its a powerful tool, and we’re hoping it can help you.
M-Train also works with the same set of headphones that Apple uses in its iMessage app.
Apple’s iMessage lets you record video calls with your friends and family, and the company uses the audio of your headphones to record voice messages.
However, Apple’s iMessages are designed to be used with the iPhone’s Siri feature, which allows users to speak into the microphone.
While Microsoft is trying to make Skype easier to use, it is still possible for users to record audio while in the app.