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    Lindsay commented  · 

    Please fix! I also have an iPhone and noticed the video calls I have on my computer are listed in my phone's call log. Why? I don't make/take any Teams calls from my phone. I have the app on my phone so that I can be notified of a chat when I'm away from my computer.

    I've also been experiencing abysmal phone call quality (not calls within Teams, just regular phone calls). It's intermittent and only becomes terrible on the other person's end - but it's happened with over a dozen people in the last couple weeks, and on every call at least once. When it happens I'm always sitting in the same spot - sometimes for minutes, sometimes an hour - and the person on the other end gets upset due to the call quality dropping so significantly. I have a theory it may be Teams related. Most of the time I'm sitting near my computer, if that matters. Deleting the app on my phone for a few days to see if it's the cause.

    The phone quality may be completely unrelated to Teams. However, I do still think that the 2 things that others have mentioned should be resolved.
    1. The call log on my phone doesn't need to show every Teams meeting call I've had (especially when they're taking place on my computer.)
    2. My phone doesn't need to ring for a Teams meeting if I'm actively using Teams on my computer.

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