Provide the same Q&A moderator capability in Live Events within Teams
Even with smaller team meetings, there is often a need to have Q&A moderation rather than scrolling through chat or opening up the floor to Q&A.
It would be useful to leverage the Q&A moderation capability found in Live Events within simple meetings.
Stephen Y commented
Currently in the chat you can't remove it.
Feature would be important for Businesses for privacy/content sharing and also general users seeing inappropriate msgs
We want to be able to keep the Teams chat a safe and friendly place. At least add ability for Organizer to delete messages
Bryan Schmit commented
This feature would be immensely helpful, especially when using Teams with students. Once something is posted in the chat you can't remove it, so if something inappropriate or even just a rude comment is posted, the meeting organizer, teacher, etc. cannot do anything about it.
This would be a great feature to add to meeting options so the organizer could add the function to the Teams Meeting if needed.
I'd vote 10 times if I could!!
This would be great. This is a functionality missing when you are used to Skype meetings and switch over to Teams.
Cette fonctionnalité serait bénéfique dans le cadre des cours à distance que nous serons amenés à offrir.
Yes please, implement the Q&A in meetings to be moderated by the Event Organizer, ideally let him promote other participants as co-organizers or Q&A moderators :)
There is definitely a point where choosing live event over regular meetings is not desirable as it's listen mode only and a delay!
Yes I agree. There is a need to show more than four people in meetings and raise your hand.
Scott Hancock commented
Agree with this suggestion.
For us the Raise your Hand feature would probably be enough, but of course that's just for my Company's arranged meeting situation.
100% this please. We are paying for Sli.do to fill in this gap with functionality at the moment (although sli.do is awesome of other events too).
Thomas Nowak commented
This would indeed be a good idea to organise the decision making process.