A leading NYC area Microsoft Partner and cloud services provider explains the new Microsoft Teams Share-to-Stage feature in a new article on the eMazzanti Technologies website. The informative article first asserts that remote participants may feel left out, making hybrid work meetings less effective without their active collaboration.
The author then explains that with the new feature, users share content, and all meeting participants can interact with that content in real time. She then lists five whiteboard apps supported by the Teams Share-to-Stage feature. She concludes by revealing other new Microsoft collaboration features, such as Outlook RSVP, Microsoft Loop, Teams Front Row and AI-powered cameras.
“2021 has become the year of hybrid work,” stated Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies. “The new Microsoft Teams share-to-stage feature takes a huge leap toward making hybrid meetings fully inclusive and interactive.”
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Below are a few excerpts from the article, “Microsoft Teams Share-to-Stage Boosts Hybrid Meeting Inclusion and Interaction.”
“In the hybrid workspace, meetings typically include a mix of in-person and remote participants. Meeting leaders can find it challenging to include all attendees to an equal degree. Consequently, remote participants may feel left out, and meetings prove less effective without active collaboration from everyone involved.”
Truly Collaborative Whiteboard Experience
“Up until now, meeting presenters could share their screens and give control to another attendee for a time. But only one user at a time could edit the content. With the share-to-stage feature, not only can users share content, but all meeting participants can interact with that content in real time.”
More Exciting New Teams Features to Power Hybrid Work
“Share-to-stage joins a lengthy list of robust new Teams features that Microsoft has released or announced to support hybrid meetings. For instance, an Outlook RSVP feature will enable participants to indicate if they will attend a meeting in person or remotely. And if they are attending a meeting while driving, they can use Apple CarPlay to join meetings using Siri.”
“Microsoft Loop enables users to create and collaborate on independent blocks of content. By breaking free of the traditional boundaries between applications, this new tool facilitates fluid collaboration in the hybrid workplace.”
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