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Microsoft Teams have rolled out custom settings and expletive filter switch features to all users

In recent months, the Microsoft 365 Insider team has been testing some new features of the online meeting service Teams. Today, two of the new features have been officially opened to all users. The official Microsoft Teams blog reveals that the two new features are custom settings for meeting captions and an expletive filter switch in meetings.

It is noted that the custom settings feature for meeting captions was added to the public preview of Microsoft Teams in May, when Microsoft said, “We’ve introduced a new caption settings panel that allows you to customize the font color and size, increase the number of lines displayed, and change the position of the caption in the meeting window. We’ve also added a feature that allows you to scroll through the most recent captions.”

The swear filter switch feature was added to the public preview of Microsoft Teams in April, with Microsoft stating, “With the newly introduced switch, you can now control whether you want to continue using the swear filter feature we offer, or prefer to see every word displayed as is.”

The Microsoft Teams division has made a number of other new features available in its public preview that will be rolled out to all users in the near future. These include a new payment app that allows companies to collect money from customers directly in Microsoft Teams meetings. There is also a feature that allows team members in a meeting to work together to write notes and other content during the session. In addition, a few days ago, Microsoft 365 Insider users were able to start experiencing the dynamic background feature supported in Microsoft Teams meetings.

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