Oct 02 2019 06:02 AM
Oct 02 2019 06:02 AM
Anybody else missing the feature from Skype where you could end the meeting? Think about scenario where you have 100+ external participants on the meeting. When the meeting is over, from the security point of view I personally would like to end the meeting and nicely kick out everybody from the meeting.
Currently I can see that participants stays on the meeting even the meeting is over.
Mar 20 2020 04:25 PM
@JayWilliams Hi, yes, but inside a company network it doesn't matter.
I need this functionality for meetings with partners out of company - So only solution is to gently "kick-out" users in hope they close window - and there are no way to get back thru lobby after close browser window.
Mar 23 2020 01:54 PM - edited Mar 23 2020 01:54 PM
@JayWilliamsWe are in the same situation, needing to be able to end a student session without them being able to rejoin. We encourage teachers to record their sessions as part of monitoring, but I guess that only applies as long as the teacher is present.
Mar 31 2020 03:47 PM
@JayWilliamsThis UserVoice topic has entered "Testing" stage yesterday, so that's a positive move forward: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/18715552-allow-organizer-to-en...
Apr 08 2020 10:14 AM
Eh! Kind of good.
But that actually does not end the meeting. It only kick outs all attendees at the same time, but does not block them to rejoin anymore. If I want to end the meeting, I wish to end it. Especially if I have a function for that.
Second thing is, why not add a note for attendees: "Mary Doe has end the meeting"? Now the call just end, nobody knows why and by whom. I already can see the phone calls coming to helpdesks: "why my meeting ended??". And the answer is: "sorry, we do not know.".
Apr 08 2020 04:06 PM
Apr 08 2020 04:16 PM
Apr 09 2020 04:54 AM
Today Microsoft has not given us a possibility to lock the meetings. Attendees who could by pass lobby are:
- People on my organization and trusted organizations
- People on my organization
Unless your attendees are outside your organization, you cannot avoid people to re-join to your meeting.
Correct behavior is the same what text says: "End meeting". After that nobody is able to join to that meeting.
Plus, when you end meeting, it should be told to attendees, that organizer has end the meeting.
Apr 09 2020 05:01 AM