Microsoft’s Front Row update is coming to Teams, allowing for a smoother separation between in-person and virtual meeting attendees. The update allows users to place the video gallery on the bottom of the screen instead of the top, which allows in-person meeting attendees to more easily interact with remote meeting attendees face-to-face. Lastly, Microsoft has released the ‘Teams Rooms’ update for Teams video conferencing. This update allows hosts to use a camera set up in a meeting room instead of a personal camera, which allows each of the virtual attendees to feel more connected to their in-person coworkers.
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