Allow Teams calls to utilize Bluetooth headsets- all its functionality is negated by the lack of hand-free communication capability
Must b Bluetooth interactive or people will not utilize the systems
clear Bluetooth cache solved the issue for my Android phone.
This is my biggest issue with Teams right now. I have a bluetooth headset so I can move around while on calls throughout the day, but it's pointless if I have to go scrambling back to my computer to unmute each time I need to say something. Teams needs to properly support bluetooth mute / unmute.
I have tried 3 different bluetooth headsets, and, while audio works fine, mute / unmute did not work in Teams on any of them.
Still not resolved 2 years later. Quite a few handsfree sets still not compatabl3. Disabling hands free os no good either as too much noise in the backhround becomes impossible to stay audible for everyone on the teams meeting app.
Expecting users to buy expensive bulky 1-off supported bluetooth headsets is ridiculous, especially for people on the move is unacceptable. Mobile users need to carry the smallest audio device possible for use on the go. Why is this not supported yet? Let the user decide if they want common audio bus or direct access audio.
Aaron Marks commented
Many new laptops only have USB-C so they don't work with the traditional Jabra and Plantronics Teams/Skype compatible wireless USB-A dongles. Because of this, Bluetooth should be the way forward and it would be ideal if we could expect the same level of full-featured Bluetooth headset functionality across all platforms as what currently exists when using a Skype/Teams certified wireless USB dongle.
This should include the following at a minimum:
- HD call quality
It would be great if you the Teams Devices group could start certifying specific headsets that meet the criteria I mentioned above (no devices currently can do this as far as I'm aware).
This is still not resolved?