Allow a single user to join a Team meeting on multiple devices simultaneously
In Skype for Business, I am able to accept an Audio invitation on the phone app while accepting the Video/Screen sharing invitation from my PC simultaneously. It would be very helpful if I could do that from within Teams as well since I keep my earbuds connected to my phone but my laptop screen makes it much easier to view shared content.
Orion Edwards commented
You can join a teams meeting on multiple devices already. Once each device joins it can turn its audio and video on and off independently.
For example, I join a meeting with my phone for audio/video, but then also with my PC for screensharing, as the PC doesn't have a webcam. This works great
Alok Janveja commented
I am sing in in the mobile phone and then I want to sing in this same account with my laptop, it's does not installed, just give a message that...
Already installed in mobile. plz help me...
Raj T commented
Please implement this feature now! It worked before and is so crucial to train sales orgs and teams in todays remote environment! Zoom and Adobe are evolving thanks to Covid...can you guys move expeditiously? Many Thanks!
This feature needs to come to Teams as soon as possible, please!
I have a problem , I am sinin in the mobile phone and then I want to sinin this same account with my laptop it's does not join , just give a message that wronge password , plz help me
Daniel Davis commented
It is possible to connect from multiple devices but only within a Teams Meeting. Currently looking for the request that allows this functionality within a video/ audio call (aka "chat")
Kol Tregaskes commented
I think this is the same issue we have, we take Teams calls on our phones then want to share our desktop on our laptop via the app but it shares the desktop on your phone.
Bryan Evans commented
I've been able to do this, but it wasn't easy, and I'm not sure how I would do it again. I wish there was just a "join from this device" button when I try to view a meeting on my phone.
I regularly have meetings in Teams on my desktop computer, but I don't have a microphone or camera attached to it, so I want to also be able to join from my phone so I can talk. (It would probably be a good idea for it to mute my audio for myself on my desktop to avoid audio feedback loops.)
I think this is possible now. I sometimes can both hear and see content from the same meeting on phone and laptop at the same time, when transitioning from one to another.