The macOS version of Microsoft’s online office application Teams now supports the system audio sharing function. Previously, this feature was limited to the Windows 10 version.
Users can share system audio with the other party during video calls and live broadcasts, which is convenient for watching videos and playing music simultaneously. Some users have strongly requested Microsoft to provide this feature for the macOS version of the Teams application.
After this feature is turned on, it takes about 10 seconds to install a special driver before it can run. After that, the webpage audio is played, and the other party can also hear it simultaneously.
The Microsoft Teams application provides desktop and mobile versions for video conferencing, team management, and file sharing. Currently, Teams is only available for Microsoft 365 commercial users, and you need to subscribe to the service to get the right to use Teams.