Microsoft software lets you take selfies in plain view of others without wearing any face covering, according to a new report.
Microsoft announced the feature in the latest quarterly financial report, which also showed an uptick in the number of new Windows 10 users.
The new feature is called “FaceTime for All,” and it lets you do just that, with or without mask.
The feature works in a way that can’t be disabled, but you can use it in a few ways.
You can use the app to send a selfie and then choose the best picture you want to use, which will appear in the app.
Then you can choose the mask you want.
You also have the option to use a separate app to make the face-maskless selfie look more professional, or you can just use the maskless selfie and get the full effect without wearing anything.
Microsoft said FaceTime for Everyone will be available to Windows Insiders on April 17.