Teams administrators can now enable the explicit consent when a meeting is being recorded.
This replace the simple recording notification.
This setting is off by default.
To enable it you need to use Teams PowerShell (available here https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/MicrosoftTeams/).
Set-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy –Identity <meeting policy identity>-ExplicitRecordingConsent “Enabled”
When the policy is applied, the Teams meeting window will request explicit consent of all participants to be recorded. Before a user gives consent, the user’s audio, video, and screenshare/consent-share won’t be captured in the meeting recording.
When the meeting organizer starts the recording, a notification to remind a consent will be required.
Once the recording has started, organizer will be notified that the consent has been requested to participants
Participants will get a notification that their consent will be required if they turn on their camera and/or mic