Spatial Audio in Teams MeetingsSpatial Audio in Teams Meetings is a new feature that allows attendees to hear each other as if they were in the same room. It spatializes the voices of attendees across the visual meeting stage in the gallery view, giving you a feeling of being in the room. Spatial Audio is available for Windows, Mac, and Web clients, and is supported on the latest versions of Edge, Chrome, and Safari.
Tasks in Loop Components Syncing with Planner and To DoTasks in Loop components now sync with Planner and To Do, allowing you to stay on top of your tasks no matter which app you are in. Tasks in Loop components can be used to quickly view and manage tasks, assign tasks to team members, and track progress.
New Devices Certified and Ready to Use for TeamsEvery month, we add new devices that are certified and ready to use for Teams. This month, we are adding support for the Logitech C930e webcam, the Microsoft Modern USB-C Speaker, and the Microsoft Modern Webcam.
QuoteAs Microsoft Teams continues to evolve, we are constantly adding new features and devices to help you stay connected.
“We are not slowing down by bringing you 45 new features for the month of June.”
ConclusionMicrosoft Teams continues to be a powerful tool for staying connected with colleagues, friends, and family. This month, we have added a variety of new features and devices to help you stay connected, including Spatial Audio in Teams Meetings, Tasks in Loop components syncing with Planner and To Do, and new devices certified and ready to use for Teams.
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From the Microsoft Teams Blog