Cast Microsoft Team Room

You can now cast to a Microsoft Teams room from your mobile.


Microsoft has added several new features to its Teams platform in recent months. The company has now come up with a new feature that lets you cast to a Teams Room device from the Teams app on an iOS or Android device.

Cast to a Teams Room device from the Teams Mobile App

As first noticed by a Twitter user and later confirmed on Microsoft’s support site, Microsoft added the ability to cast to a Teams Room device from the Teams app on both iOS and Android devices. This feature seems to be rolling out gradually, meaning you may or may not see it on your phone right away.

Once the feature is rolled out for everyone, you should be able to cast your phone’s screen to all your Teams Room devices.

Cast a PowerPoint presentation or a phone screen with teams

This new feature adds the ability to cast both your phone’s screen and a PowerPoint presentation, but one by one.

To use this feature, there are some minimum requirements. This also includes turning on Bluetooth on your mobile device. Both your Teams Room device and your mobile phone must be connected to the Internet. Your mobile must be within a 10-foot radius of your Teams Room device.

Next, you need to launch the Teams app on your iPhone or Android device, tap the More option at the bottom of the screen, and select Cast. You don’t need to have an online meeting to do this.

Select a Teams Room device from the list, and then select what you want to cast. You can cast a PowerPoint presentation from Teams, OneDrive, or a device, or cast your phone’s screen to the device.

Important things to know when to cast with Microsoft Teams

There are a few things you need to know before you start your first cast with the Teams app.

First, if you cast your phone’s screen, everything on your screen will be displayed on the Teams Room device, including notifications. Microsoft recommends that you enable Do Not Disturb mode during casting.

Second, you can’t answer a call, join a meeting, or switch teams accounts during casting.

Project your phone’s screen onto a Teams Room device

If you want to display something on your Teams Room device from your phone, you can now cast your phone’s screen with the official Teams app on both iOS and Android phones.

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