Microsoft has recently rolled out two features to enhance the captions experience in Microsoft Teams meetings. These features include the ability to toggle profanity filtering and customize the captions experience.
Introducing Profanity Filtering Control and Customization for Captions in Microsoft Teams Meetings
Microsoft Teams has recently rolled out two features to enhance the captions experience in meetings: the ability to toggle profanity filtering for Live Captions and Live Transcriptions, and support for customizing the captions experience.
Profanity Filtering Toggle
Microsoft has added a toggle to turn off the profanity filtering for live captions. This allows users to view live captions and live transcriptions without any profanity being filtered out. The feature is available for all users in all regions.
Microsoft has also added customization options for live captions. Users can now customize the font type, font size, and text color, as well as the background color and opacity. These options are available in the meeting settings.
To access the settings, users can go to the meeting settings, select Live Captions, and then select the Customize button. They can then customize the font type, font size, text color, background color, and opacity.
“We hope these features enhance your captions experience in Microsoft Teams meetings. We’d love to hear your feedback. Please let us know what you think in the comments section below.”
Microsoft Teams has made it easier for users to customize their captions experience and control the profanity filtering. This is an important step towards making captions more accessible and inclusive for all users.
The ability to customize captions can help users customize their experience to their own preferences. This can be especially useful for users with hearing impairments or accessibility needs.
The profanity filtering toggle is also a great addition, as it allows users to view captions without any profanity being filtered out. This can be especially useful for users who are in a professional setting and need to view captions without any profanity.
Overall, these features are a great addition to Microsoft Teams and will help make captions more accessible and inclusive for all users. We look forward to hearing your feedback and seeing how these features enhance your captions experience.
Key points from the article:
- Toggle profanity filtering for Live Captions and Live Transcription
- Change font size, font color, and background color of captions
- Customize captions experience in meetings
- View live captions and live transcription with profanity
- Enhance captions experience in Microsoft Teams meetings
From the Microsoft Teams Blog