Using a Bluetooth headset with Microsoft Teams is becoming much simpler

As a result of a new feature being added to Microsoft Teams, it will be easier than ever to ensure that you’re completely participating in a call.

You may now manage elements of talks over Bluetooth with an upgrade to the company’s video conferencing service, which will make it simpler than ever to use.

If you’re using a Bluetooth headset or loudspeaker, you can now answer or finish a conversation on Microsoft Teams with no need to hunt for the “end call” button.

Earphones with Bluetooth for Microsoft Teams

Bluetooth-enabled Bluetooth devices may now be used to answer, terminate or put on hold calls in Microsoft Teams, as part of an early deployment of the new feature.

Microsoft states that for many headsets and speakerphones, this will function without the need for any user action other than pairing the device with the PC, and that this will work without the need for a USB adapter on Windows PCs running the Teams desktop client.

According to Microsoft’s certification website, customers should keep an eye out for further information regarding devices that have been evaluated to fulfil all certification standards with native Bluetooth connections in the near future.

The functionality is now available to Microsoft Teams members all across the globe, according to the official Microsoft 365 roadmap (opens in new tab). However, as of now, it is only available to PC users, with no plans for a mobile version.

Microsoft is releasing this update to ensure that Microsoft Teams stays intelligent and engaging for users all across the globe.

For example, you can now use Microsoft Teams Together Mode to show a live avatar for each participant in a conference call.

Microsoft Teams meetings in the so-called “metaverse” will have 3D avatars and more immersive technology by the end of 2022, according to the company’s plans.