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    The feature's staged rollout began in April, but it should now be available for everyone.
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    [LIST][*]Microsoft Teams now lets you see up to nine people simultaneously in video calls..[*]Participants will be shown in a three-by-three grid on screen.[*]The app's new "raise hand" feature is also now available in calls.[/LIST]
    Now you can view more participants at once in Microsoft Teams video calls. The video feeds from up to nine people can now appear on screen, up from the previous cap of four. When nine participants are on screen, you'll see them laid out in a three-by-three grid.

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    05-18-2020 03:42 PM

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