By ET Bureau - November 22, 2022 1 Mins Read
Microsoft has introduced “sign language view,” a new meeting experience in Teams that will aid signers, including deaf/hard-of-hearing individuals, interpreters, and others who use sign language.
Users will be able to provide up to two other signers’ video streams the top priority for placement on the main stage with the help of sign language view, which will offer a more stable, predictable meeting experience. As long as their videos are active, designated signers are visible on stage when sign language view is enabled. Additionally, the company made preferences “sticky,” eliminating the need to adjust features and views every time a user joins a meeting.
According to the blog post, the accessibility pane and sign language view are only currently accessible through a Public Preview that is made available to each user individually.
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