P2T Microsoft Teams P2T Microsoft Teams

Adds push to talk functionality to Microsoft Teams

P2T Microsoft Teams is a Chrome extension by tylerekizian. It had 2,127+ weekly active users and an average rating of 3.00 before it was removed from Chrome Web Store a year ago. P2T Microsoft Teams is similar to Microsoft Teams Reply and Teams Call Manager. The last published version was 1.0.1, updated 2 years ago.

This extension was removed from Chrome Web Store on 2021-07-04
Users: 2,127+
Rating: 3.00 (6)
Version: 1.0.1 (Last updated: 2020-10-13)
Featured: No
Size: 14.49K
Price: Free
Email: Click to see
Finally, easy push to talk functionality for Microsoft Teams via your Chrome browser. Just press and hold the space bar to unmute, then lift your finger to mute again.
Are you using Microsoft Teams for meetings or school? Would you like an easier way to make sure that you are heard only when you want to be? The internet has asked for it, but Microsoft has yet to answer. Fortunately, P2T Microsoft Teams is here to answer those pleas. Once installed in your Chrome browser, this utility extension will add "push to talk" functionality to Microsoft teams automatically. 
The magic key is the space bar. Your mic will unmute itself as you hold down the space key and mute again once you let go. Additionally, push to talk is temporarily disabled when you are typing in a search bar or using the space key to select and press buttons in the Teams interface.

 I built this for myself to use and decided to share because I know others could use this as well while we all wait for Microsoft to officially add this feature to Teams. Like it? Share it with your friends and coworkers! Love it? Leave a review! Did I miss something when testing this? Please let me know!
Risk impact

P2T Microsoft Teams requires some risky permissions and may not be safe to use. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing.

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Risk likelihood

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User reviews
works for MS team desktop app, but it's toggle mute instead of p2t for me. just have to select the window first as it's not a global hotkey
by Yi En Gan Yi En Gan, 2021-05-10

it did not work for me. can you please help me
by mirza baig mirza baig, 2021-01-26

It doesn't work. It only mutes and un-mutes the mic when space bar is pressed. It's not push-to-talk. 😔
by Rafał Baran Rafał Baran, 2021-01-25
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