Sharing Desktop Zoom in and out capability
Participants should have the capability to zoom in on the user who's sharing their screen with the participants.
this functionality is available on Skype for business, it's called Actual Size / Windows Fit
We are actively working on developing a solution for this. I will update when this gets to testing/validation.
Rob Taylor commented
on apple, command+pinch works
any progress from MSFT or an expectation as to when this capability is being added? It's been "worked on" for about a year +
Brian Fugere commented
Need something beyond Skype functionality. That was a nice start, but something that puts custom control in the viewer's hands would be great.
would be nice to zoom in the display specially when for example cryptic spreadsheets are shared.Just allow the display to have a zoom function.
This is urgently required as most of usbrae on TEAMS now.
Herriman Guy commented
PLEASE add this functionality. If the screen being shared is a larger monitor from someone in the audience (and/or higher-rez), the viewers have a hard time seeing it with clarity. It appears too small and even blurry. Note: GoToMeeting handles this flawlessly. They have various zoom options, including "Actual Size", which is very nice. If the presenter has a larger screen than me and I choose Actual Size, it means I'll have to scroll a bit vertically and horizontally to see everything, which is a minor nuisance, but it's well worth it to have a crisp view of what's going on.
Yes, this would be a good feature.
I cannot see what people are presenting because of the size of what is presented. Teams should provide a feature to enlarge what I'm seeing, other than "full screen" which barely makes a difference. Typically, other video conferencing providers have a way to zoom in or zoom out. Many people are visually impaired, so this is critical. Thank you.
Unimpressed individual commented
First off, Suphatra responded with the words "THIS IS DONE" back in 11/2/18 and as of 1/2/19, she confirms it is still being developed (so that was a blatant lie). That was 7 months ago and this issue is STILL not resolved and is the MAIN REASON WHY WE ARE CONSIDERING DROPPING THIS GOD FORSAKEN APP WHICH IS YEARS BEHIND COMPETITION LIKE SLACK!!!!
Please escalate this one up. This is a major design flaw. Copy what WebEx does.
Nina Rattanapon commented
Agreed. Our clients loved the ability to zoom in Webex, especially when we're presenting items that aren't able to be enlarged on the presenter's end. The only option we've found in Teams Meeting is full screen, which doesn't help much.
Bill Brennan commented
As an attendee in a Teams meeting it would be nice to able to zoom and focus the content that is being shared from the Teams desktop & mobile applications.
Janet Bailey commented
We need this functionality because we currently use SKYPE when sharing desktops to help end users. Without this functionality it is impossible to see what is happening on the users' desktop. You can use the CTRL+ and CTRL- but if a user has a smaller resolution, it is still not possible to see. Thank you for working on this. We plan to roll out MS Teams the end of this year.
Jo Ringrose-Voase commented
This functionality is a great in WebEx, and if Teams were to offer it, it would help O365 Progam managers like myself encourage users to which properly from WebEx to Teams! Many still prefer WebEx which is frustration!
So I figured out if you press "Ctrl" and spin my mouse wheel... "Zoom" pops up. And if I 'decrease' the zoom, the screen share will actually grow. This does help.
But it is very confusing as you have to decrease the zoom to make the screen share bigger. I presume the zoom is for the entire Teams application as the people windows get smaller.
And how would anyone know to do those steps to zoom.
You need a button that clearly shows how to increase the zoom of the screen share!
You are touting this as an end all business solution...and for Teams! How could you not have this built in already?
I'd like variable zoom between Actual Size & Windows Fit. This, because the 1st can be too big (different screen size than the person sharing) and the 2nd can be too small.
Chris Thomas commented
On a call with Microsoft right now and I cannot zoom in to see the presentation. You need to get this FIXED.
Cisco Webex Meetings has had this feature forever
The lack of this functionality is discriminatory against those with accessibility requirements.