Teams Meeting

Teams – New meeting join experience

Joining a meeting with Teams is now becoming easier. When you to join a meeting using Teams, you don’t need anymore to open the meeting in your calendar. Now when you just click to select the meeting, an overlap pop-up appears to let you join the meeting directly; you can also change your attendance from […]

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Teams – Update for the automatic admittance in Teams Meeting

As you know, when setting up a Teams meeting you can define who can be automatically admitted to join the meeting, defined by your Teams administrator using Meeting policies. Until now, there was few options between everyone, everyone in your organization and everyone in your organization and federated ones, Well, you can now also automatically

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Teams – Meeting organizers can end the meeting for all participants

We all have been in live meetings where we (or other participants) may no leave the meeting once ended for various reasons – off course at some point we are still leaving the meeting anyway. Well, good news as Teams meeting organizers will now have the ability to end the meeting for all participants, making

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Teams – You can now record 1-to-1 meeting

As you already know, you can record your Teams meetings but it was not possible to record a 1 to 1 meeting. Well, good news, this is now possible. Before getting into it, few things you need to know first: 1-to-1 meeting recording is only possible (for now) when the 2 participants use Teams; when

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Teams – A new policy setting is available to let administrators manage screen sharing in Teams Meeting

A new Teams Meeting policy setting is becoming available to let Teams administrators define how participant’s screen can (or can not) be shared. The option allows to define if the entire screen or only a single application can be shared as well as to entirely disable the option To set it up, access your Teams

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Teams – A new meeting policy setting is available to control dial-in user to bypass the lobby

A new setting is becoming available for Teams meeting policies to control how dial-in users are handled when joining the meeting. With this new setting, dial-in users are bypassing the lobby by default. You can control it by editing the Allow dial-in users to bypass the lobby setting in the meeting policy from the portal

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