Screen Sharing - add an "actual size" button to show the presenter's desktop resolution
It is difficult for viewers with poor vision to see desktops that are shared. HDMeeting and other videoconferencing apps have a UI element to show the 'actual size' of the display resolution.
Users can use the zoom button to enhance the Teams call controls, but not the shared screen.
Philip Faulkner commented
Teams screen share is always blurry. It's awful.
Ernesto Sifuentes commented
I want to add that using ZoomText will also remain blurry. This sounds like a good idea but how will it work with ZoomText or the Windows Magnifier.
This probably needs to be added. Especially since users may adjust their own resolution and while presenting their resolutions may make it impossible for viewers to see all screen material.
Fred Larsen commented
When sharing a screen in Teams, it is always blurry. Very annoying.
In Skype it is the same, but when pressing the Actual Size button there it becomes sharp. Magic!
Please add the Actual Size button to Teams.
Henrik Abeler commented
Claudio Bernasconis comment is an exact description of our issue.
It's a must-have accessibility feature, and the lack of it is verging on discriminatory
Claudio Bernasconi commented
I want to add that Skype for Business has this option and it is the only thing blocking us from migrating from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams.
Example: I have a full hd monitor with a 1920x1080 resolution. My peer has a 4K monitor. If he shares his screen I cannot see what's on his screen because his 4K resolution is sized-down to fit my full hd resolution.
Instead, I wish to be able to zoom in to different areas of his screen like Skype for Business offers a "original resolution" button.