Ability to check call quality ahead of calls/meetings
Skype for Business has a way to check your call quality so you can hear how you sound. Teams really needs this as well. I've had a few calls where I can hear the audience clearly, however they say my audio quality is poor.
I'd like the ability check and see how I sound before I join a Teams meeting or make a call.
“Make a test call” is now available via the Customer Setup screen on the pre-join screen for a meeting.
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Was excited to see this feature in Office 365. First connection and echo from both parties. Switched to SfB and no echo. It worked without a problem. Whatever SfB does to co edition audio Teams should do. Teams looks like superior groupware but doesnt allow the group to communicate. Fundamental fail. Please fix MS.
Greg Bates commented
We have moved away from Teams for meetings because this does not exist. The first few minutes of our meetings are generally spent trying to get audio working with the whole team.
This is an essential feature which should be implemented asap.
Al Kessler commented
If the audio was better (and easier to manage/test/change on the fly) this would probably be the go to online meeting for us. As it is we are still using Hangouts for daily meetings.
Any further update on this?
Wim Groffils commented
We would realy appreciate this feature. It would be verry usefull to share some kind of test link to partners that don't use teams. Like this they can test their hardware before actualy joining a call/meeting.
Alessandro Appiani commented
Endpoint device and audio/video quality is key for user adoption. Test audio/video before calls and meeting help a lot.
yes, chat is usually not hassle and not real time, but only be able to "test" audio during an actual call is a problem
Microsoft should provide a synthetic meeting so users can test hardware and config prior to their first meeting.create a test meeting.
Daniel Gomez commented
There doesn't seem to be a way to test audio within Teams. This would be a helpful addition to test input as well as playback before a meeting.