Feature: Add ability to adjust call audio volume
In Skype I could adjust the volume on the application level. This isn't possible in teams
We need a way to disable the automatic microphone gain control. Clients can constantly hear everyone in the office while i'm not actively speaking. At least give a slider for how aggressive the AGC is.
Still a problem. Windows Mixer volume at 1. Teams blasting my eardrums...
Having to use Teams every freaking Monday for a recurring meaning is a APPAULING. WHY? Because I can't adjust the volume whatsoever. Not surprising that other people complain about the same thing.
These are the reasons why I hate Microsoft so much. Because they are ******* backward, out of touch with their customers and 100% bent on not doing anything that makes sense.
[Deleted User] commented
Please add the option to disable automatic gain control in Teams.
miroslav cakic commented
not loud skype miroslav.cakic
Stanley Parker commented
I've noticed the volume goes up and down during a conversation I thought it was me cause I'm 80 % deaf in one ear I always thought it was me.
Volume keep changing causing meeting to be cancel. Please add this feature in.
In my case, my wireless earphones are present in Windows in two ways.. a normal stereo setting, and a wireless AV headset setting. I just received my first Teams call, and it was really loud indeed. I tried not to panic and concentrate on the conversation, meanwhile lowering the volume.
I think the playing device was still the 'stereo' version, while Teams was configured to use the Hands Free AG audio thingy.
I just found out that in the mixer, you can switch and configure the devices on the left side, without actually switching the currently used device. So next time, before answering the call, I should probably open the mixer like crazy. Hope this helps anyone else.
Hope this helps commented
When in a call:
More Actions > Show device settings > Speaker
2 years and nothing done? - Microsoft. Same issue with the default snooze in outlook.
The suggestion below involving More Actions / Device Settings is not really a solution. All it does is set the master volume for the playback device just like clicking on the icon in Windows. Except it requires more clicks.
The mixer suggestion still works, but like this topic says, this needs to be surfaced in some easy to get at way in Teams.
A big problem in Macbook version of TEAM as well. Without realizing it, when I speak, other participants in the conversation were getting too high volume. A number of times, they had to mute me in order to continue with the conversation. The input volume and sensitivity always goes up generating too loud sound in a few seconds.
Matthias De Toffol commented
With Microsoft I feel me like I'm a beta tester!!!
Please check the basic requirements before bringing the product on the market... All our customers get angry about the volume control ******* their eardrum out!
The workaround with audio mixer just works for one moment until Teams changes everything back.
Diane Gibson commented
ANSWER TO ISSUE: Had the same problem as everyone else but just now found the answer. Click on ... for More Actions. Click on Device Settings. You should see volume controls in the screen presented. Now the question is how has this question string been allowed to go on for so long without this answer being posted?
Ryan Michel commented
Same issue. Using USB headset. All application volume is perfect but Teams is LOUD and lowering the app volume will not "stick" and just increases on its own.
Vladimir Panchenko commented
Have the same issue. Connected a Bluetooth headset to my laptop, it works fine everywhere except Teams. The volume control in Windows has no effect on the volume of the Teams call. Even if I turn off the volume on my laptop, it still produces the sound. It is so loud that I cannot use the headset at all.
Sandeep Jadhav commented
There is a way to do it,Right click on the volume icon (in the right bottom corner),
Click on Open Volume Mixer,
It will display all the media apps that are currently running on your system (ex: vlc, teams etc. etc.)
Increase/decrease the volume of these apps individually.
It feels so stupid that this most basic of functions needs to be requested at all, let alone that it's apparently fallen on deaf ears for so long at Microsoft (pardon the pun, couldn't help myself)
Volume control has only been a standard feature of ANY audio producing program since basically it was invented. I don't understand how you've gone backwards on something so fundamental.