Add Warning message for non-compatible browsers when using Anonymous Access
Add Warning message for non-compatible browsers when using Anonymous Acces
BIG Issue for our company: Some web browsers are not compatible with Teams Meetings (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Opera) and although you get a warning message when you try to join a meeting while logged into the web app (you get a pop-up saying "TRY A DIFFERENT BROWSER - This feature isn't available yet for your browser. Try the web app with Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome, or switch to the desktop app."), you do net get any warnings when you are not logged in.
When users without Microsoft Teams click on the invitation link, they are routed to a webpage that opens in their default internet browser. If their browser is Chrome or Edge, they get the option to join through their browser (anonymous access). If their default browser is a different one, they only get the option to download the Teams client. This leads users to believe they cannot join the meeting without getting Microsoft Teams.
We only need a message in the webpage displayed when they click on the invitation link that explains they CAN join if they TRY A DIFFERENT BROWSER. It doesn't require a change in the functionality, just a warning message in the HTML of a page you already have.
This can prevent a lot of issues!