Show more than 4 videos of multiple participants in a meeting/call and change video layouts in Team Meeting- 5+1, 9+1, 2x2, 8+2 (grid view)
I would like to be able to see video from all participants in a meeting/ call at the same time. Currently in a Teams call, we can only see a few participants video stream even if there are many more on the call.
We are excited to announce that large gallery view (7×7 videos) and Together mode are available to the public for desktop & mobile. Large Gallery is an optional feature and can be turned on at any time during the meeting. Large Gallery is available once 10 or more people have turned their video on. Together Mode is available once 5 or more people are in the meeting. For more information, please visit https://support.microsoft.com/office/using-video-in-microsoft-teams-3647fc29-7b92-4c26-8c2d-8a596904cdae.
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6 x 4 of 7 x4 genoeg om alle leerlingen uit je klas in 1 keer te zien, dat zou erg fijn zijn indien mogelijk.
yolanda Verhulst commented
meer gezichten is meer verbinding met elkaar
Three options: 2x2, 3x3, 4x4
Please make it possible!!!
3 types of frames to choose from. 9 or 12 screens
These kind of numbers are still great to look at on a big screen.
Also the option for the presentator to pin his/her screen for the participants.
Google hangout has green dots to show how talks, option?
In the Netherlands we have classes from 25 untill 35 students. So, now is Only ZOOM attractive for us. It’s really necessary during the lockdown.
FIkrija S. commented
We had 77 participants in a Zoom meeting yesterday. I think it showed us 20 people per page, with arrows on each page to go to the next screen of participants.
I think, to make it worthwhile for people to move away from their Zoom routine that was recently established, it should be more diverse than Zoom's functionality. For example, by default fit to screen up to 30 participants (6 rows of 5) to allow for most class sizes (we don't need it for this, but I see that people do), and then have a little menu that will allow people to pick if they want to show 20 per screen instead, 35, 40, or similar.
I agree with the light bar around the person talking (or any other prominent indicator).
Would also be good to have the settings for each call where the organizers can choose to have people who spoke last bump up to the top of screen one and stay there, or lock the participant's position alphabetically (might help the educators). If the person from screen two or further is talking, have the functionality to show them temporarily on the main screen and then go back to their position, if alphabetical. (Hope this is not too much, just trying to help make it better.) :)
three types of frames: presenting person, their desktop/window with presentation Information, the other participants
first two should be larger obviously, but the combinations should be more than one way (or entirely dynamic, but I guess that's far, far into the future given how long this feature is already "worked on", see older thread 17010055 in public)
also, for the participants who contributed recently, their frame should light up in some way (who said… ah, that person!)
yes, pleasemake this possible!
Peter Kroon commented
Please make it configurable for a user. Between 4 and 25.
Sonja Kuijt commented
More then 4 please!
Saskia Dekker commented
Please make it possible!!!
Please make it possible!
35 participants please
35 participants please, so we can join in with all our students during ‘lockdown’.
Think of a classroom of 35 people. (The Netherlands, coming short of teachers so big classes!)
It would be great to expent!
Please 35 (and otherwise 15).
Larkin Logette commented
Ideally I would what Zoom shows (49). 30 is a realistic class size. Even 10 or 25 would be preferable to 4 which is usually never adequate for a meeting.
Luke Nelson commented
Yes, we are conducting meetings with many more than 4 people, would be great to be able to see everyone at once!
Maybe you can merge with this one:
But please extra check for a classroom which usually has more people than 10!!