Rollout will begin toward the end of February
Windows users can now use annotation to highlight and mark-up their screen while presenting. Annotation lets users add text or use a marker on top of their screen share. This capability can be accessed while screen sharing (using the top controls) or from the Apps tab.
Windows users can now illustrate different designs and concepts leveraging the whiteboard. Whiteboarding enables users to add text or use a marker to draw. This capability can be accessed in the Apps tab.
Office 365 Calendar Integration
Today, both Windows and Mac users can import their calendars into the BlueJeans App dashboard from their local Outlook client. With this release, users who have Office 365 will now be able to import their calendars from the Office 365 cloud. Learn more in our Admin Guide to Office 365 Application Permissions. This has a number of advantages:
Always show meeting controls
Desktop App users are shown meeting controls when they first join a meeting. These controls include Start Recording, Mute Video, Mute Audio, Share Screen, and more. All of these controls “auto-hide” when there is no mouse activity in order to provide an immersive video experience. However, for users who want the controls to always be shown, we now offer that option via settings.