If you’re an avid user of Microsoft Teams, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Microsoft has recently pushed out an update to the software for macOS computers. With this update, Microsoft will finally be bringing the noise suppression feature that was available on PC over to Mac computers.


The feature was originally released back in 2020 but like we said, was only available for those with PCs, but now it looks like it will be available for Mac. This will be available for both Intel based Mac computers as well as the M1 based Mac computers. However, there will be some slight differences.

For those unfamiliar, the noise suppression feature is available in three different levels – automatic, low, and high. This will be available on the Windows and Intel based Mac computers, but for M1 Mac computers, Microsoft notes that the “high” setting is unavailable, which means that M1 users only have automatic or low to choose from.

It is unclear why the high settings is unavailable. Perhaps it could do with the M1 chipset and how it handles audio, but either way, it’s something to take note off if you’re using Microsoft Teams on an M1 Mac. The update should already be live but Microsoft says that they expect the rollout to complete by August, so if you don’t see it yet, you’ll just have to be patient.

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