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    3 comments  ·  Public » Meetings  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous commented  · 

    Seriously need this simple feature added. Just need previous 1, 2, or 3 callback numbers saved and appear as a dropdown when doing a callback.

    Thanks

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Absolutely need this added. The addition of callback was hugely appreciated but it also needs to save a list of recently used numbers so you do not have to manually enter the number every time.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This is now available in Teams desktop by clicking on the "Call Info" icon in the upper right corner of meeting screen.

    The important thing that it is still missing is that it does not save a list of recently used numbers, so you have to manually enter the number every time you use callback.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'm experiencing significant battery usage during Teams calls. I just went from 90% battery down to 37% battery during 1.5 hour meeting. It also seems to use significant charge when running in background but i don't have conclusive evidence of that yet. Notifications are disabled.

    My cellular connection was 2-3 bars out of 4, so I don't know if that had an impact. I will pay more attention to how standard calls affect battery charge but it really feels like more recent versions of Teams has been killing my charge more than it used to.

    iPhone 7 iOS 12.1.4 (16D57)
    Teams 1.0.69 build: 1.077.2019030803 (general)

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This would also make it quicker to unmute yourself, which takes too long, at least in the iOS app. By the time I have tapped the screen to make the mute button reappear and then tapped the mute button to unmute myself, the meeting leader, for example, may have already moved on to someone else because they did not get a response from me within a couple seconds. It's unnecessarily slow and awkward.

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    This would also make it quicker to unmute yourself, which takes too long, at least in the iOS app. By the time I have tapped the screen to make the mute button reappear and then tapped the mute button to unmute myself, the meeting leader, for example, may have already moved on to someone else because they did not get a response from me within a couple seconds. It's unnecessarily slow and awkward.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Absolutely!! This especially applies to mobile use where my phone may have locked AND I am muted in Teams. It can take me 3-4 seconds to unmute, which is an eternity when someone is waiting for you to respond.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Yes! Feedback loops are a HUGE problem for our Team users. "Join with audio off" should be in the same "Join now" list with the "video off", "blur background", and "microphone off" toggle buttons. Currently, it is a link below all the other options.

    Personally, I assumed it was a toggle because it shows an icon with a "disabled speaker" (slash through it) which I interpreted as meaning that the speakers were already disabled. I couldn't understand why my speakers were NOT disabled when the icon clearly showed that they were. It's inconsistent with the behavior of the "video off", "blur background", and "microphone off" icons, which do display a slash through the icons to indicate the current state.

    Also, ideally, the state of each of these buttons would be saved from the last time you used Teams so a user can be sure they are ALWAYS joining with "audio off" and "microphone off", they desire to do so. It would be good to display a reminder, though, that they are joining with mic and speakers off.

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    Yes! Feedback loops are a HUGE problem for our Team users. "Join with audio off" should be in the same "Join now" list with the "video off", "blur background", and "microphone off" toggle buttons. Currently, it is a link below all the other options.

    Personally, I assumed it was a toggle because it shows an icon with a "disabled speaker" (slash through it) which I interpreted as meaning that the speakers were already disabled. I couldn't understand why my speakers were NOT disabled when the icon clearly showed that they were. It's inconsistent with the behavior of the "video off", "blur background", and "microphone off" icons, which do display a slash through the icons to indicate the current state.

    Also, ideally, the state of each of these buttons would be saved from the last time you used Teams so a user can be sure they are ALWAYS joining with "audio off" and "microphone off", they desire to do so. It would be good to display a reminder, though, that they are joining with mic and speakers off.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This is also necessary for when we are listening over a poor quality cell/WiFi connection. Teams will currently automatically prompt the user to stop displaying video if it detects a poor quality connection but it would be helpful to be able to manually prevent displaying of video when we detect there might be a bandwidth problem.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This would be helpful for many reasons. It would help users saved on bandwidth usage, by default. It would also help users avoid audio issues over when we are listening over a poor quality cell/WiFi connection. Teams will currently automatically prompt the user to stop displaying video if it detects a poor quality connection but it would be helpful to be able to avoid this problem, by default, if we are rarely using video on our phones.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This is also necessary for when we are listening over a poor quality cell/WiFi connection. Teams will currently automatically prompt the user to stop displaying video if it detects a poor quality connection but it would be helpful to be able to manually prevent displaying of video when we detect there might be a bandwidth problem.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This is also necessary for when we are listening over a poor quality cell/WiFi connection. Teams will currently automatically prompt the user to stop displaying video if it detects a poor quality connection but it would be helpful to be able to manually prevent displaying of video when we detect there might be a bandwidth problem.

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