Watermarking is a Teams Premium feature intended to be used as a deterrent to stop attendees taking and sharing screenshot of meetings and people in the meeting by overlaying their email address onto the incoming video and shared content.
This does not block screenshots, but ensures that if screenshots are
shared then the source can be easily traced. This is especially useful when
using a Teams meeting to share sensitive content or in situations where
attendees images should not be shared, such as in education settings.
Watermarking your Teams Meeting is a process of preventing unapproved access to the meeting. It involves adding an image or logo to all videos and audio recordings taken during the meeting, making it difficult for someone else to use these recordings without permission. This can help protect confidential information shared during meetings from being accessed by unauthorized individuals, as well as helping ensure that only those invited to the meeting have access to its content. Watermarking also helps prevent people from misusing any materials obtained from a meeting.
5 days ago — You can enable a watermark to be displayed in Teams meetings both for content shared on screen and for attendee video.
How to add a watermark in Microsoft TEAMS? · First, on the Design tab, click Watermark. · Then press Individualized watermark and then select Image Watermark.
Dec 6, 2022 — Ran across this today -- This is during calls, not meetings. ... On her side, she saw her email address "watermarked" on my video feed.