Allow me to share multiple applications without sharing my entire screen.
We often share during calls, but sharing the entire screen is not helping when reminders come in that distract from the shared screen and discussion. It would be great to have a feature similar to WebEx allowing the selection of multiple apps that are ok to share (e.g. all xls and all ppt, but not other apps).
Placido Buniao commented
This function was available in Skype for Business. I am surprised that it was not implemented into Microsoft Teams as stock function. It was one of the most used features from Skype for me. I support this getting added to Microsoft Teams.
Shant Hotoyan commented
This might be the biggest feature our users are missing when we transitioned to Teams from Skype for Business. Huge loss.
Dag Philip Lango Thorbjørnsen commented
This is a feature that is near to required!
I am not allowed to share my entire desktop, and sharing 5120x1440 with someone not capable of that, is a pain to say the least...
Jumping to an forth between 2-3 apps is also not ideal.
Regional sharing or app based sharing must happen now! Like in yesterday!
Tom the user commented
impossible to show 4k screen with multiple windows over Teams call. Please implement region sharing
Catia Lavalle commented
Really really need it, please, let it happen!
That's really a big plus for WebEx
Make it happen please MS!
B Z commented
We need this feature, please implement MS.
This is the one feature that keeps most of us going back to Webex and deal with their poor audio quality. MS Teams folks, please do consider pushing this feature out!
Ajay Arockiasamy commented
Absolutely. My colleagues and I have been finding it extremely difficult during meetings. We should have the option to share multiple applications at the same time.
I am sorely missing this feature. Where this would be useful, is then being able to easily switch/cycle sharing across these "pre-whitelisted" apps. Right now you have to unshare then re-share which is cumbersome when you have many windows open.. it takes seconds to find the screen you actually want to share.
Sean Kent commented
Strongly agree with this request! I do not like to share my desktop to protect sensitive client data. It is a poor user experience to stop sharing, click share again, look through the open windows for the one you want, then share that one and wait for it to show up on other participant screens.
John Jardine commented