This article explains the Teams Navigation Bar. From left to right.
Turn on the Camera
If you find that your camera is off during a meeting, simply navigate to the "Turn camera on"button. This is located on the Navigation Bar. See below. This button can also be used to turn off the camera in a meeting should you choose too.
The "Mute" button can be used to mute your personal mike during a meeting. See below.
The "Share" button can be used to share your Screen/ Desktop, Apps and Programmes. See below. See this article for more info: https://chilwellcroftacademy.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb/articles/360012839520
Once you have clicked the share button the below pop-up will open. Here is a list of some of the things you can do here:
- Share Desktop/ Window
- Share documents
- Share a live Whiteboard
The "More Actions" button can be found on the Navigation Bar. See below. This button opens a menu full of additional options. One of the options you may find most useful is "Start recording". You may use this for some of the following but not limited to reasons:
- Recording a conference call/ meeting
- Recording a lesson
- Recording a conference call/ meeting that may involve Safeguarding matters
The "Show conversation" button opens a panel on the right-hand side of the window, this will allow you to communicate with other members of the meeting via instant message.
The "Show participants" button simply opens a panel on the right-hand side of the window and lists all participants of the meeting.
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