Microsoft Teams Screen Sharing Fix on macOS
Probably you run Microsoft Teams on macOS and when you wanted to share your screen, you have to give Teams privacy permission.
Maybe you already read articles about reinstalling or complicated tricks.
The problem is that not always on the Privacy list the Microsoft Teams is available. Microsoft teams macOS privacy sharing does not appear.
Seems that my solution is not working for everyone, but somebody in the comments found another method:
Try toggling Teams to full screen and then starting a meeting with screen share. Microsoft Teams popped up in the list of apps requesting permission for Screen Recording on Catalina 10.15.7 – check that and restart teams and you should be fine in windowed or full screen mode going forward.
To fix this, you will need to reset the ScreenCapture permission for the MS Teams app. You can do this by entering the following command in the terminal. (You can find the terminal by pressing CMD+Space and type “terminal”).
tccutil reset ScreenCapture com.microsoft.teams
After entering the command, the output should be “Successfully reset ScreenCapture approval status for com.microsoft.teams”.
Next time you will want to share the screen via Microsoft Teams, you will need to open again Privacy settings.
This time, you will find the Microsoft Teams app, and you will check the permissions.
If it worked or have any issues, leave a comment.