Microsoft Teams Desktop App Can Finally Eliminate Background Noise
The adoption of Microsoft Teams has increased substantially in the last few months, and Microsoft itself admitted that it took some 60 days to record the growth it’d typically see in two years.
And the reasons are as simple as they could be: as the world entered the lockdown, more and more people started working remotely, and solutions like Microsoft Teams allowed them to stay in touch with colleagues and remain productive even remotely.
But as most meetings happened online, some users came across a series of shortcomings, especially since their offices have moved home.
Background noise has obviously been a major problem, and this week Microsoft finally tackles it with a suppression system that’s live in the desktop client of Microsoft Teams.
“When your mic is turned on in a Teams meeting or call, background noise around you—shuffling papers, slamming doors, barking dogs, and so on—can distract others. Teams offers three levels of noise suppression to help keep m… (read more)
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