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    I’m excited to announce that a new Large Gallery view, with the ability to see up to 49 participant in a meeting, is coming soon to Teams! Large Gallery will release as an optional (preview) feature that can be turned on at any time during a meeting. Large Gallery has a flexible design and will deliver a network-optimized client video experience that works on multiple device categories. During the preview, the Large Gallery experience will be available for desktop Teams client on both Windows & Mac, as well as for mobile Teams client (iOS, Android) users.

    You can read more about Large gallery view, as well as the new Together mode feature, here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams-blog/what-s-new-in-microsoft-teams-june-2020/ba-p/1489142.

    Large Gallery will begin rolling out with the new pop-out meetings experience for desktop clients in early July, and we are targeting full availability including mobile clients for iOS and Android by early September.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Been 3 years since the request and almost 3 months since an update. Is this a focus for Microsoft at this time? Can we get an update?

    We are already planning to move away from Teams asap due to needing this feature. The lack of info from Microsoft has unsettled some in the org. Zoom has this feature and has been great with their communication...

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Audio Conferencing common questions - Applies to: Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams

    *6 (Mute/unmute themselves)

    *1 (Plays the descriptions of dial-pad commands that are available)

    You will not be able to un-mute a muted participant, even if you're the meeting organizer for obvious reasons. This is not a huge deal nor is it broken and as such is not something that MS needs to fix. Learn how to use the system and tell your invitees that at the start of the meeting they will be muted. If dialed in users wish to unmute themselves at the appropriate time then they need to press *6 to unmute themselves. It's really pretty simple.

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    I second all comments requesting support for forced notification. Any updates?

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    The one feature stopping me from moving to Windows Mail!

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