Being able to focus and enlarge a camera/confrence room video stream
When there is a video stream from a camera it's shared with other non camera feeds (user avatars). I'm able to select a "Screen Share" stream and make it full screen; I wish I could do the same with a conference room feed / camera feed and not have the main camera feed cut off by other users' avatars without a camera.
This would also solve issues with the video feed being cut-off.
It appears that you can pin a user which will make that one video feed take up the part shown above that's split 4 ways.
Ability to lock a video feed was a feature of Skype for Business, and should be ported to Teams. Current behavior is no good for presentations with multiple remote viewers.
MIke Pateras commented
This is a daily frustration. I can't see who is in the room for my team's standup, because half of the screen is taken up by a static avatar image, forcing the camera feed to crop.
At the very least, please don't let the non-camera users take space away from cameras.
Thanks, Ofek, you read my mind.
To be more specific, it isn't just a matter of wasted space taken up by icons for non-camera users. The request (certainly for me and I expect from Ofek) it that clicking on an individuals camera feed would behave exactly like the screen share.
In other words, you select what you want to take up the bulk of your screen whether it be the currently shared screen or a camera view from any single participant.
The conference room is, of course, the best example. If you want to view a large room, or if someone is pointing their camera at a white board, we need to be able to see the whole feed, rather than having the screen divided (and truncated) between 2 or more participants.