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Make Your Teams Meetings Accessible with CART Captions

Following on from the post about live captions and the reasons for using them by default, Microsoft Teams meetings also support people with audible disabilities using CART (Communication Access Realtime Translation). How does it work? The provider receives an audio feed.  Using a steno machine and cutting-edge software, CART providers “write” on their steno machine using phonetic …

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React And Show Support To Your Coworkers in Microsoft Teams Meetings

Have you ever presented in an online meeting your killer idea and then asked for feedback on what participants think and get silence? Or have you sat in someone else’s meeting and thought, “Hell Yes! I totally agree with that” but didn’t want to interrupt or expose your vulnerability to your coworkers incase you look …

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Using Gallery Modes to Improve Your Meeting Viewing Experience in Microsoft Teams

Being able to concentrate on the important content in a Teams meeting is critical to your concentration and absorption. Out of the box, Teams does a pretty good job at prioritising the content that is imporant. When video is used, the person speaking is given a prime location within the primary video tile window and …

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