Channel settings for meetings used for on-line lessons

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As a teacher I often start meetings in class channels. The team is setup with a 'classroom' profile, meaning I am a teacher and students are 'students'. In the channel settings, I like to indicate that teachers are always presentor in a meeting within that channel.  Regardless who started - therefor organized - the meeting. Is that possible? Now if students start a project meeting and invite me in, they have to give me permissions.

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