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Users can now share other apps content in Microsoft Teams right from the taskbar in the latest Windows 11 build

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Users can now share other apps content in Microsoft Teams right from the taskbar in the latest Windows 11 build
Image courtesy: Microsoft/Windows

The latest Microsoft Windows 11 Insider Preview (Build 22499, released yesterday through Dev Channel) allows users to share content from other open apps in Microsoft Teams right from the taskbar by simply hovering the mouse cursor over the open app and clicking on Share this window. Once you’ve finished, repeat the process to stop the share windows by hovering the mouse cursor over open apps and clicking on Stop Sharing. Microsoft has now included the ability to sign onto the Clock app using a Microsoft work or school account (requires ver. 11.2110.32.0 and higher).

“We are beginning to roll this experience out to a subset of Windows Insiders with Microsoft Teams for work or school installed and ramp it up over time. This means not everyone will see this right away with their Teams calls. We plan to bring this to Chat from Microsoft Teams (Microsoft Teams for home) later.”

Users can now share other apps content in Microsoft Teams right from the taskbar in the latest Windows 11 build
Image courtesy: Microsoft/Windows

Read full release notes here.

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