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πŸ”Š Get rid of echoes in Microsoft Teams thanks to Ultrasound Howling Detection

When multiple people participate to a meeting in the same room, a feedback loop is created that causes echo, and in most cases the echo quickly escalates into "howling." Like when a musician holds the microphone too close to a speaker.

If multiple users on laptops participate from the same location, Microsoft teams shares that another Teams device has been detected nearby and is already connected to the current meeting with audio.

Microsoft Teams will automatically mute the microphone and speakers of the person who last joined the meeting.


What's next on the roadmap?

New features arrive weekly via UserVoice in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap. Evolutions and new announcements can always be accessed via: microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365.

In this Microsoft 365 roadmap you can access information about Microsoft Teams but also about: Excel, Microsoft Edge, Forms, OneDrive, Stream, Visio, Whiteboard, etc. Be sure to check out this page: Microsoft 365 Roadmap | Microsoft 365.

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