Allow users to enable push to talk in group meetings
Allow the users to configure to enable push to talk in group meetings.
Thanks for providing the feedback. This feature is on our backlog.
that would be a great addition, and I hope you can include it as soon as possible as it could simplify communications a lot
How microsoft can't implement the simplest of functions to its program, it is unbelievable
please add this!i really think this is helpful!
Steven Weir commented
The feature should be on the frontlog.
please add this feature.
Derron Brown commented
Suggested April 2017 - Today May 2020. It seems customers should not have to beg so hard.
this function is really helpfull! what is the problem with develop it!? just do it!
Kris Häring commented
We really need this function. In Class of 22 People + Teacher it´s so annoying that this function is not included
საუკეთესო მონტაჟი commented
plz add this feucher
but its on swich with settings
James Harrington commented
I would really love this feature. It makes remote development MUCH easier. It's the equivalent of sitting in the office with your team. I can just lean over and say something to my colleague. 10/10 need this feature!
I'm not a programmer - is it really so difficult to add such a basic feature?
Tom Cooke commented
This is a badly needed really basic feature, please make it happen!
Added three years ago, and pretty much all competitor products have this out of the box!
Steve O. commented
This would really help those that need to unmute to talk and mute again when not talking and forget both :).
3 years later....
How come I can have Push to talk using a software for gaming (Discord) and not when I'm WORKING and I have been using push to talk for over 20 years gaming online.
Please fix this.
Johannes Riedi commented
Would like to see that feature (I really need it). I would like to configure my own key for Push-to-Talk.
PLEASE ADD PTT. This is a standard feature for voice communication services and is especially useful when dealing with larger groups, such as the companies which have adopted the service.
Also, please stop confusing people with your walkie talkie feature (possibly still in development) which you keep referring to as push-to-talk. Maybe refer to it as a 'broadcast', as pushing-to-talk is not the feature you are advertising and made finding information regarding actual PTT fairly difficult.