Microsoft Teams Introduces Profanity Filters to Hide Inappropriate Language
Microsoft Teams, the popular video conferencing service, has unveiled a new feature that aims to prevent the occurrence of profanity during meetings. The service has introduced profanity filters that will automatically block any offensive language uttered during a call.
The profanity filters, which were initially announced in February 2023, can be toggled on or off based on user preference. When enabled, the filters will apply to both live captions and live transcriptions, ensuring that any inappropriate words are masked or filtered out. If users choose to keep the feature turned off, all words will be displayed as-is without any censorship.