Microsoft Teams will have a new feature to share content in presentations. Microsoft is preparing a new feature that will make it easier to share content in presentations.
Whether in school classes or team meetings, this new feature will add a plus to presentations.
Microsoft Teams will make it easier to share content from physical whiteboards
Microsoft had already announced in March that two new view modes for presentations would be added. On the one hand, we have the Reporter mode, which displays additional content over the presenter’s shoulder as visual support. Yes, as if he were in a news segment.
And on the other hand, the so-called Side-by-Side mode, which shows both the presenter and the content over a background image. So the audience will be able to see the presenter as he/she delivers the lecture and the content of the slides as the presentation progresses.
Two modes that users can adapt to their presentations, depending on the reason for the presentation and the type of audience. And now a new feature is added that will make it easier for the user to share content that is not digitally uploaded or is not part of the slides.
For example, data from a physical whiteboard, documents from the office, or any content from your environment. While we can share these items via the camera, the data often doesn’t look legible and a lot of information is lost along the way.
Microsoft Teams wants to make this process easier with a new feature, which it calls “Content from camera”. This feature will use the computer’s camera to take a readable, lossless capture of the content of any physical item.
That way, the entire audience will be able to see the shared data without losing details, and the presenter will be saved from having to transfer the content to a digital format. This feature is under development, but according to the Microsoft Teams roadmap it could be launched in September.