Be able to move people's videos to top instead of bottom of screen (when someone is screen sharing a presentation)
When in a group meeting, everyone's video screen appears at the bottom when someone is presenting their screen. It would be nice to be able to drag it to the top of the window instead. That's also where the webcam usually sits so it's better to be looking more directly into the camera (instead of halfway down the screen)
Very important to ensure a more natural "in-person" experience! Meetings are more effective when we can have some eye contact and, as it is now, everyone appears to be looking down when trying to make the eye contact via Teams. Most cameras are at the top of the screen, so this is where we should be able to see meeting attendees. Please make this change!
This should have been a feature a long time ago... With all Microsoft is spending on advertisements for Teams (10 times an hour during some programs!), you think they could afford a developer to fix this OBVIOUS shortcoming of the application. You should be able to break out any stream and move it wherever you want!
Agree completely. This would be fantastic,
I have struggled so much with positioning the camera to connect with participants.
A big portion of my success is shot to heck as soon as someone starts to share content.
Agree completely. Quite important.
Yes - a much needed feature! Please add this.
Agree! Please add this feature!
Adding my two cents to this post. Important for the user experience, especially when we are trying to build connections in a virtual environment.
I also was just looking for how to do this. Please add this feature!
I was just looking for this option as well.
Jason Drisko commented
This definitely needs to be added! People looking down, away from the camera, looks unnatural when conversing with others via video chat.
Yes please! Important for faces to be near the camera so that eyes can point in the right direction.
Michael Church commented
I was just about to post this and glad you bet me to it as this is a logical idea. Keep people drawn to where the webcam is. Also could move the toolbar to the top half of the screen.