Feb 04 2021 11:10 AM
Feb 04 2021 11:10 AM
On teams, I am seeing right image but the other person/people on call are seeing mirror image or flipped image. This makes my face look bigger on one side and is cause of constant embarrassment. Zoom and Skype have toggle button to switch how other may be seeing you.
Please share how I can change how others are viewing my video. I believe this is a basic function and should be there somewhere .
Else, we would have to change the use of teams to zoom for entire organization.
Feb 05 2021 12:59 PMSolution
Nov 17 2021 11:10 PM
@Chris Webb The issue is that if you have a background image behind you with letters, they will be reversed
Nov 17 2021 11:56 PM
Nov 18 2021 12:53 AM
Microsoft is introducing Mirror my video feature which provides user the option to un-mirror their video and thereby have the same view as the other users(s) in the meeting.
Standard release timeline: begin rollout in mid-November and expected to be complete by late January.
You can check the roadmap of this feature at: Microsoft Teams: Mirror my video
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Jan 06 2022 06:44 PM - edited Jan 06 2022 06:45 PM
This is the exact opposite of what they're asking for. They don't want anyone (including themselves) to see them un-mirrored, they want everyone to see them mirrored.
Jan 06 2022 09:07 PM
Jan 21 2022 08:36 AM
@kfiakkas I believe it's a new feature from November 2021. If it's your background photo you are working with I found a way to flip the picture in a photo edit app. If you have a photo edit app open your background pic in that app and go to edit. Under Edit there should be a Rotate/Flip edit function. The flip will give you a mirror image with the words spelled backwards. I then loaded that as a background on Team Meeting Video and when I used it it flipped again so that the words are in the right direction. This is a way to at least fix a background pic for your Team Meeting background.
Feb 07 2022 07:32 AM
Feb 07 2022 11:25 AM
May 18 2022 07:38 AM - edited May 18 2022 07:39 AM
im glad it's not just me. I look like I'm recovering from a stroke out here on these work calls in Teams @deeeeeeeeeee