Microsoft Teams is a joint initiative for communication and collaboration that integrates continuous workplace chat, video meetings, file storage, and application integration. During the pandemic, the Microsoft Teams software is widely used for providing online lectures. But some naughty students remove and mute other students during the lecture. So, here is Techsavvy, your tech guide provides the complete details to prevent students from removing other students in Microsoft Teams meetings.
Detailed Steps to prevent students from removing and muting others in Microsoft Teams meeting:
Step 1: If you already hosted a meeting then you have to click on the person/students name and the dropdown appears.
Step 2: Click on “ Make as attendee” option. That’s it.
But if you have many students or people in the meeting then it will take lots of time and become difficult to make everyone as an attendee one by one. So, to solve this problem you have to follow these below-mentioned steps.
Step 1: Go to Calendars.
Step 2: If there is any scheduled meeting then Click on the meeting. Otherwise, host a meeting.
Step 3: Now you will see all the details of the meeting. On the top, you will see “Meeting options”. Click on it.
Step 4: A new tab will open in your browser. Here click on the last option “Who can present”. From the dropdown select “Only Me” if only you want to present the meeting. You can also giver permission to People in your organisations or to a specific person. It will allow you to add participants to whom you want to make as a presenter.
Step 5: Click on Save Button. And here you go!
If your students forward your meeting to many people than you can also add who can bypass the meeting by clicking on the meeting options. These features will help you to control who can join the meeting. Write us below in the comment section if this how-To is helpful for you and if you liked it or not?
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