enable Teams Rooms as Miracast Receiver
enable Teams Rooms to receive content sharing via Miracast - like the Surface Hub 2S does allow to "project to device"
Microsoft: It's only 208 users requesting this (number as I type)
Reality: It's 208 companies that express the need
Please implement this feature ASAP
Tom Beavis commented
Fully agree this is would be a good way of driving the removal of additional non integrate devices, such as ClickShare
Michael Bliss commented
Its 2021 and this feature is still needed. The Microsoft WiDi adapters have made presenting so easy, MTR should have supported this from the start.
Jake Edwards commented
It should be as easy to connect as Windows Key + K.
We are moving from Microsoft Wireless Display Adapters and Teams Room System is more cumbersome for a simple screenshare/present screen.
That would be so nice ;-)
this would be a game changer for colaboration bar users - using HDMI is simply not convenient
Teams Rooms should recognize and work with the very wonderful Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter so that you can wirelessly display your computer screen to the Teams Room screen and then share it to others in the Teams meeting
Can I vote 1000 times for this? HDMI is so limited and not all devices have HDMI out, so you always need a stash of the various x to HDMI adapters around. Which I have discovered will eventually grow legs and walk away.
Sjak Guntlibergen commented
great improvement, voting for implementation
Joe J commented
This would be a great improvement for meetings without remote participants. The HDMI ingest cable is viewed as the most convenient way to display content in these meetings, however it is inconvenient when there are multiple presenters or in large meeting rooms. The experience should be as simple Windows - K and selecting the closest device.