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Many companies are turning to videotelephony for meetings, as many are forced to work from home. Whether it be Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or other software, there are plenty of options. Lizet Ocampo, the national political director for the progressive advocacy group People For the American Way, just so happened to be having one of these virtual meetings on Monday over Microsoft Teams when she accidentally turned on a potato filter. Read more for a video showing how to activate filters for Microsoft Teams and additional information.
Ocampo downloaded Snapchat filters to help lift the mood in upcoming video chats, but they were accidentally activated during this meeting. Yes, even Microsoft shared this incident with the world on Twitter.
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I’m on a weekly video call with Latino leaders from across the country. I wanted to make this incredible group of community leaders and organizers laugh on the video calls, so I was getting Snapchat filters ready for Zoom. I didn’t know that Snapchat filters worked on Microsoft Office,” said Ocampo.
Ok wow 😂 https://t.co/5b28nxmq2W
— Microsoft Germany (@MicrosoftDE) March 30, 2020