Mar 11 2020 09:11 AM
Mar 11 2020 09:11 AM
I setup a Live Event and used an anonymous link. If the external person uses "join anonymously", is there any way they can enter a name? They're using Chrome.
I realise the link is anonymous but is there anyway I can see if they are in the meeting?
Or is there anyway I can invite people to a live event and allow them access without them setting up a Microsoft account?
Mar 11 2020 11:03 AM
Yes, they should see a form upon joining, which allows them to enter a name. Problem is, they can add any name. So it's usually a good idea to invite them as Guests instead. But if you want to do it anonymously, you sure can.
Mar 11 2020 02:11 PM
Mar 30 2020 01:58 PM
@Vasil Michev I do not see this form upon joining where anonymous user can enter their name.
For more clarity, it should be presented as:
- Identify using an O365 or MS Account
- Providing your name (Text field)
We want username for the presence report and don't want to require everyone to get an MS account for that.
Also the anonymous link is very hard to see. See below.
Screen 01 when accessing the attendee link:
Screen 02: Web UI. No place to enter username.
Jul 14 2020 04:42 PM
I've tested this out myself on two computers, one PC being the Presenter/Producer, and the other computer being the Guest who joined the meeting via Web Browser, and I didn't see this form. Where can guests leave their names in public MS Teams Live Events? Is there a setting that we need to enable when we're scheduling the live event in the calendar?
Aug 24 2020 12:35 PM - edited Aug 24 2020 12:39 PM
@Sophia_SSCT Looking for the same. We would like to see a link that will include the user to enter a name and email address upon entry. no need for registering, but only for the purpose of reporting. I'm sure anyone can enter anything they want, but for the most part, people will be honest about their info. At least give us the option to request it upon their connection
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