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November 29, 2022

Microsoft Teams update fixes the most common video conferencing issue

Microsoft is working on a simple update to the Teams collaboration platform that should fix the most common video conferencing issue.

A new entry in the Microsoft 365 product roadmap shows that the company will soon be implementing a new keyboard shortcut (Ctrl + Space) that will allow Teams users to temporarily mute themselves during meetings.

The shortcut works in much the same way as a walkie-talkie, opening the microphone as long as the user holds down the two keys.

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It’s not exactly a complex feature, but Microsoft still needs to test it. Currently, the new shortcut is scheduled to be released at the end of October for all users.

Source: tech radar

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