Following a recent update that brought improvements to the application’s performance, Microsoft Teams for macOS has been updated once again – this time with support for sharing system audio with others. At the same time, Microsoft has confirmed that future updates will provide original notifications in the macOS version of the application.
As he noticed Latest Windows, the latest version of Microsoft Teams for Mac now finally allows the user to share system sound when sharing a computer screen. Mac users have been waiting a long time for this feature because the Windows option of Microsoft Teams has always had this option. Of course, the user can choose whether to share the screen with sound or not.
Microsoft Teams for macOS gets a new feature that will finally allow other people to hear the sound that is played on your MacBook when you share the screen. Windows teams have always supported this feature and it will be optional. Once enabled, you can play an audio or video clip on your device and let other people hear the sound of the system, which would be really useful for teachers and businesses.
Microsoft has also confirmed that support for native system notifications on Teams will be enabled on macOS with an upcoming update. The company began introducing native notifications for Windows 10 users earlier this month, and the feature is expected to arrive on the Mac very soon.
Microsoft teams on macOS currently use their own notification system that is not fully integrated with Apple’s operating system. In addition to the original notifications, team alerts will be displayed in the notification center along with other incoming messages.
The official release date of this update has not yet been confirmed, although Microsoft still says it will be available in April. It is also unclear when the app will get native support for the M1 chip, as it is still running on new Macs via Rosetta 2.
You can download the latest version of Microsoft Teams from the Microsoft official website.
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