10-02-2019 06:02 AM
10-02-2019 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.
03-20-2020 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.
03-23-2020 01:54 PM - edited 03-23-2020 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.
03-31-2020 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...
04-08-2020 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.".
04-08-2020 04:06 PM
04-08-2020 04:16 PM
04-09-2020 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.
04-09-2020 05:01 AM