Microsoft Teams finally allows users to enjoy more interactive video meetings, thanks to its new dynamic view! This innovation will really be helpful today since the global COVID-19 pandemic is still happening across the world.
Many people still prefer staying at home, especially since there are new novel coronavirus strains that are already spreading in many countries. Microsoft Teams' new Dynamic View will automatically improve the shared content's visibility during an online event or meeting.
"Dynamic view automatically optimizes shared content and video participants in Teams meetings," said the company via TechRadar.
"New controls let you personalize the view to suit your preferences and needs, such as the ability to show shared content and specific participants side-by-side," it added.
Microsoft Teams' new Dynamic View
The popular video platform's new feature offers users more control over share content. Microsoft Teams can now also optimize the meeting screen.
This means that the video platform can now provide the best view of slides and other presentation materials. Right now, Microsoft Teams have limited features.
The platform's users can only use a small frame containing the participants and the main speaker during sharing content. As of the moment, the new Dynamic View is the latest upgrade that Microsoft Teams received.
This just shows that the Microsoft developer team not only focuses on fixing issues and other bugs but they are also improving the experience of the company's consumers.
Microsoft Teams' custom layout
According to ZDNet's latest report, Microsoft Teams will also release another exciting new feature. The custom layouts were previously teased in September 2020. This new feature was unveiled together with new shared scenes for Together Mode, a feature that can segment the faces of meeting participants and plonk them in a shared virtual room.
This feature can do this since it uses artificial intelligence. It can divide the participants that are in a coffee shop, conference room, or an auditorium.
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Written by: Giuliano de Leon.