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Microsoft Teams Backgrounds: Customize Yours Now



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Use your own custom images for Microsoft Teams video conference calls.


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If you want to be somewhere else, at least digitally, you can now add your own background of for example a tastefully decorated room or a Minecraft farm to Microsoft Teams video chats. Designed for business and education, Teams includes tools for group chat, video calling and collaboration and has seen spike in use since more people started working from home in response to the spread of the novel the coronavirus .

With the update of Microsoft's collaboration tool, you can now choose a custom image as the background for your video chat. The Zoom video chat service also allows you to choose your own custom background images for calls . But with recent concerns about zoom protection some users are starting to seek other chat services like Teams for their chats.


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How to Change Your Video Chat Background in Microsoft Teams

Important Catch: This feature is only available for scheduled meetings, according to Microsoft.

1. Start or join a Teams meeting from the Windows or Mac application (you cannot change your background in the web app at this time).

2. Click or tap the three dots at the bottom of the screen to go to your Meeting controls .

3. Select More Actions > Show Background Effects . Select Blur to blur your background or choose from the available images to replace it.

4. You can preview your background to see how it looks. If you like it, click Apply . That is it!

In the future, you can also create your own images, upload them to Teams, and then select them as the background image for your video chats, Microsoft said.

You can have video chats with up to 250 people in Microsoft Teams and if your workplace or school has access to Office 365, you already have access to it. You can also view a free version of Microsoft's communication tool.


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