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Present in Microsoft Teams from PowerPoint

Tim Timchur, Managing Director, 365 Architechs, is a qualified accountant, cybersecurity professional and governance and risk management expert.

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What is coming soon?

 

Soon you will be able to present in a Microsoft Teams meeting, directly from PowerPoint. This feature will empower hybrid and remote teams to deliver engaging presentations when face-to-face interactions are not available. With one click, you can launch your PowerPoint slides and automatically present live in your current meeting.

 

 

 

 

There are two “Present in Teams” buttons users can choose from, one in the top right corner and the other under the Slide Show tab. It is important to note that to use this feature, the presentation will need to be already saved in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint.

 

 

What are the benefits?

 

The Present in Teams feature helps streamline the presentation process and reduces the number of application windows open. For example, you will no longer need to share your screen to bring up a separate PowerPoint presentation The Presenter Mode in Microsoft Teams meetings can also be used in conjunction with Present to Teams. Presenter Mode displays the speaker superimposed over the presentation content, to create an interactive experience for the audience.

 

 

 

 

What is Microsoft Teams?

 

Microsoft Teams is the digital teamwork hub for modern businesses, facilitating collaboration with workspace chat, audio and video conferencing, shared file storage and application integration. Teams is part of the Microsoft 365 family and is accessible via desktop, mobile and web devices.