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Snapchat Lenses backgrounds are available to brighten up your Microsoft Teams meetings

There is a new way to express yourself through meetings on Microsoft Teams and it is thanks to the wallpapers of Snapchat Lensesthus bringing some fun during virtual work sessions.

Snapchat Lenses on Microsoft Teams to bring fun to work

Microsoft Teams users will have access to a collection of ben 26 Snapchat Lenses filters which allow for cheer up virtual meetings and work sessions. In this way, it will be possible to transform yourself into a cartoon character or add funny backgrounds to your video.

Snap confirms that you don’t need to download anything to access this feature: just click on “Video Effects” and select the tab “Snapchat”.

“With the rise of hybrid and flexible working, our customers need tools that help create connections and foster a productive and enjoyable work environment,” said iMicrosoft Teams Vice President Nicole Herskowitz in a statement sent by email.

“That’s why we’re excited to bring Snapchat’s most popular lenses natively to Microsoft Teams meetings, making it easy for users to add even more personality and fun to video calls. With Snapchat Lenses for Teams, we offer customers a new way to express themselves and interact with colleagues in a dynamic and fun way.”

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Microsoft Teams Camera Kit lets you take advantage of Snap’s AR technology

Con Camera Kit, Microsoft Teams brought Snap AR in Flip, Microsoft’s video learning platform where teachers can post tips on various topics to stimulate video discussions among students. Since adding Snap AR to the Flip web experience, the company has seen an increase in 60% in the creation of videos by students and teachers.

The company first introduced Snap Camera in 2018 meant for creators to spice up their stream on Twitch. The camera app really took off during the pandemic in 2020 when people started using it with video conferencing apps like Microsoft Teams, Skype, YouTube, Google Hangout, Skype, and Zoom. The app, which is available on both Windows and Mac, has enabled users to switch between face filters during a video call or live stream.

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