Teams Meeting

Teams – You can now use professional interpreters in Teams meetings

If you Teams for your meeting you are probably already aware about the Live Caption and Live Caption translation capabilities. The Live Caption feature allows your participants to captions being displayed while in the meeting, with the the option to use a different language for the caption by changing the spoken language. Well, the caption …

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Teams – You can now leave a meeting on all devices

If you use Teams, you may already know that you can join a Teams meeting using multiple device, instead of transferring the connection. In this situation you are connected to the Teams meeting on 2 or more devices, which then may lead you to stay connected on other devices when leaving the meeting or when …

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Teams – You can now enable Q&A on Teams meeting

As you probably already know, you can use the Teams meeting chat to exchange with participant and also ask questions. Well, when you are in a large and/or structured meeting – such as training or town hall – questions asked using the chat windows may be ‘lost’ for the organizer due to the ‘chat noise’. …

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Teams – You can disable chat write access for anonymous or unauthenticated users

As you know when on a Teams meeting participants can use the chat feature to communicate with each others. You may be also aware that you can also allow anonymous or unauthenticated users to join a Teams meeting (if your Teams administrators allow it from the Meetings\Meeting Policies blade). When combined together (chat feature and …

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Teams – You can now pop out shared content during a meeting

If you are using Teams you may already know that you can pop out your chat on different window (see https://t.co/t6rVmsEldW). Well, you can now also pop out the shared content on a different window while in a meeting. To do so, when in the meeting, use the pop out button shown in the meeting …

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Teams – You can now join a Teams meeting with a meeting ID

Joining a Teams meeting has been improved by now providing the ability to join using meeting ID. When scheduling a meeting, your invitation will contain the usual “Click here to join the meeting” link but also a meeting ID and passcode These meeting ID and passcode can then be used to join the meeting using …

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Teams – You can now use annotation on presenter screen

This has been something missing in Teams compare to Zoom, the ability to use annotation on presenter screen. Well, good news you can now use annotation on presenter screen while in a Teams meeting. To do so you need start the annotation using the new Start annotation button available when sharing your screen/application Then giving …

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Teams – You can now configure Teams meeting invite with multi language

You can now enable your Teams meeting invite to be displayed in multiple language and not only the user preferred language. To enable this new capability, Teams administrators need to run the following PowerShell command: Set-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity Global -MeetingInviteLanguages “<list of language using the ISO code>” Teams administrator can run this command using the Cloud …

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Teams – You can now define co-organizer when scheduling Teams meeting

Microsoft Teams has been there for quite sometime now but there was some sort of important capability missing for meeting; being allowed to define co-organizer. Well, good news, you can now define co-organizers (up to 10) when setting up your Teams meeting. The option to define co-organizers is available from the meeting options page, which …

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Teams – You can now set your availability when setting up a Teams meeting

As you know, when you setup a meeting, your status is going to be always set to “Busy / In Meeting”. Well, good news as now you can set your availability status when setting up a Teams meeting. This capability is available in both Teams client and web browser – this is not (yet?) available …

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