What’s new in Microsoft 365 – four new features to turbo-charge Teams meetings

What’s new from Microsoft 365

30 minute webinar

Four new features to turbo-charge the Teams meeting experience for presenters and participants

1. PowerPoint Live

With Live Presentations in PowerPoint, audience members can see a presentation on their devices and read live subtitles in their preferred language while you speak. They can use “pinch to zoom” to see the slides more clearly on mobile devices, give feedback, send live reactions to the presenter, and navigate back to review previous slides.

2. Standout Presenter Mode

This new feature launched allows the presenter to be in front of the slide content they are presenting so the audience can read the body language, facial expressions and connect better with the presenter.

3. Dynamics View

Launched in March, this feature allows users to have more control over how they experience video meetings. Dynamic view makes uses of AI to optimize shared content and video participants. Users can also change their own meeting view based on needs and ‘pin’ participants whose reactions they are particularly interested in.

4. Fully Attributable Transcription

Another new way to follow or review meeting conversations.  Transcript files will be accessible for download, after the meeting has finished and visible in real time as the meeting is happening.  Participants will be able to see exactly who said what.

Concludes with a roundup of other new features

We’ll touch on new Teams features including Teams Connect, Teams Webinars, Outlook Share to Teams, Out of Office and new emojis

Get the webinar fact sheet here


Mark Flynn, Strategic Advisor

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