Apr 10 2020 12:37 AM
Apr 10 2020 12:37 AM
i have problem with MS Teams. I'm working on Teams, but I do not making a lot of calls. I'm able to listening to music when working. But i got a lot of notifications from Teams (necessary) and for every notification other sounds from system are getting lower. It's very annoying when listening to music or watching any kind of webinar. Can i somewhere change it? The same with calls. I just don't want to allow Teams to change my volume.
I've tried to uncheck "Allow applications to take exclusive control of this device" for my speakers and headphones but didn't work for it.
Sep 18 2020 07:23 AM
@Muzykant Did you ever figure this out? Its pretty annoying when you are listening to something and I get a chat notification and it drops the audio from whatever I'm listening to so low that I basically cant hear it. It only applies to notifications I get from Teams and no other Windows 10 notifications. I cant seem to find an option anywhere to change it (in Teams settings or Windows 10).
Nov 11 2020 06:58 AM - edited Nov 11 2020 06:59 AM
@Muzykant same problem here. It's only just started doing it (for some reason), but it's really annoying. I have the "When windows detects communication activity" setting in the control panel for "sound" in the "communications" tab set to "Do nothing", which it appears to be ignored by Teams now.
Dec 11 2020 01:39 AM - edited Dec 11 2020 01:42 AM
Same issue here, very annoying, found the solution though:
control panel > hardware and sound > sound > tab communication, select do nothing
Dec 11 2020 02:56 AM
@steven140 I already stated that that "Do nothing" option doesn't work for Teams which appears to ignore it and lower the volume anyway.
Jan 12 2021 02:16 AM
Feb 17 2021 02:00 PM
Just for clarification. Where in devices are you seeing noise suppression? Is this under the specific audio device that your content is being delivered through?
Mar 02 2021 07:11 AM
Mar 12 2021 04:32 AM
Apr 19 2021 08:15 AM
@chrischambersku Putting this here so anyone who finds it has the answer. The Noise suppression setting is within Teams settings itself. Settings > Devices > Noise suppression > Set off.
Apr 19 2021 08:20 AM
Sorry @Gamdol that Noise Suppression setting has nothing to do with the problem stated here.
Apr 19 2021 08:45 AM
Thank you @ReTechNL for this. This worked for me.
For clarification purposes. This is under Sound Control Panel, then playback tab. Then in the properties section of the device you would like to change.