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    As some comments here stated, there is a known issue where your image will rotate 90 degrees with using the non-Chromium version of Edge, typically experienced on a tablet device. We are investigating solutions.

    In the meantime, some things you can try:

    1) Install and use Teams for Desktop – https://products.office.com/microsoft-teams/download-app

    2) Install and use the new Chromium Edge -
    https://www.microsoft.com/edge

    3) Lock rotation on your device.

    4) Go to Windows Settings – Display – Display orientation – select “landscape” if not already selected. If it is, switch to something else, then revert.

    I’m hoping one of these solves the issue for you for now, while we continue to investigate a fix on the Teams side. Feel free to comment with what works for you, or that you’re still having the problem.

    Thanks!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I am upside down on my laptop and have sound but mic is not pickingme up, so con not be heard at other side..

    I have uninstalled and reintalled everyhting 5 times.
    Have also followed your comments here. My display is alsreay on landscape.

    Zoom works perfectly!!

    HELP!
    Don't know what is going on with the sound.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    The less steps involved the better! Speed and time saving are important.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Is of great benefit to time strapped teachers and is great for students with dyslexia and other learning disorders.

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