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    We are excited to announce the 3×3 video view has been rolled out 100% to for Windows and Mac Clients. If you aren’t seeing 3×3 yet, please logout and log back in to the client.

    We realize 3×3 is a start, but not good enough… as mentioned, we are continuing to work to include more videos during a meeting, as well as enabling support for mobile devices. Hence, the “partially done” status.

    Please see documentation here: https://support.office.com/article/using-video-in-microsoft-teams-3647fc29-7b92-4c26-8c2d-8a596904cdae

    Enjoy!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Please, please could you prioritise education with the 9 face roll out. Teachers need this functionality to teach and engage their young students, keeping them focused. With faces coming and going it is very, very difficult. The only reason we have persisted with Teams is knowing by the 30th April it will be online. If this is not the case we will have no option but to move to another platform as many others are now coming onto the market. This is a shame as we have trained 262 families to use Microsoft Teams. Knowing other heads using Team they will also have to make this decision. Please, please do your best. Thanks - a headteacher

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    We have been using Microsoft Teams successfully to deliver our pre-prep (age 5-11) school curriculum since school closure. While my teaching staff and parents have spoke very positively about the platform, there is a need to see more than 3 pupils and the teacher at a time. Even if you could stretch to 9, you could run groups at different times. Ideally seeing all faces or half the class at once would make teaching online seamless. We opted for Microsoft Teams due to all the security issues and safeguarding risks of Zoom. Microsoft software engineers surely could deliver on this for schools before as many have done they move to an alternate platform. Regards, a Headteacher

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