When hand is raised, the presenter should be notified with some icon on the mini window
When the presenter shares the screen, he/she is unable to see who has raised hand. This makes the raise hand feature useless. So there should be some icon showing who has raised their hand
Why isn't Microsoft listening to its users? TEAMS is a horrible application, please, fix this (and many other) problems!
This hampers the ability for the professeur to engage with students, and therefore this application loses its value quickly. If Teams is shooting to be THE online collaboration tool of the year, it is off to a poor start.
Please fix this, it is important to improve meetings flow
I totally agree: Of course the presenter needs to be able to see on their screen that someone has raised their hand, when sharing their screen. Furthermore, even when not sharing their screen, the raised hand icon is tiny and subtle, so I almost never notice it anyway. When someone raises their hand in real life, on the other "hand', it is very noticeable and hard to ignore. There should be something very noticeable that happens when someone raises their hand. It should be possible to ignore it for a while (like if the presenter wants to finish their thought before taking a question), but it should not be very possible to not notice.
Make this awailable soon please,
Microsoft will you please fix this feature so presenters can see which delegate raises their hand? Come on, its fulfilling a basic need with big positive impact
I find it frustrating when delegates raise their hand and I as the presenter is not notified unless another delegate interrupts and notifies me. The presenter must be notified with an icon on the mini window.
This happens when the presenter shares the screen, this is when I am unable to see who has raised hand. It is pointless having this feature when it does not work for such important reasons and makes the presenter look incompetent or ignorant! Please improve MS Teams to have this feature otherwise it is a very good system and has helped the world to carry on during this Pandemic. Thank you.
Yes, make this available asap please
when presenting powerpoint in presenting View we dont see a notification of other people when their user raise hand feature.
This is needed and when using presenter mode you also can’t use the chat. Another feature needed as a trainer
This is a comment posted in the Microsoft Tech Community as well - we just got the Raise Hand feature and are very glad about the addition. However, the Presenter experience is still very hampered in several respects, *especially* in these SIP times where many of our users don't currently have the luxury of multiple monitors --.https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams/presenter-alerted-to-questions-during-meeting/m-p/1133883
1.Most of our presenters need to use the Share Desktop mode. Without a separate monitor, they don't see or even get alerted to someone either posting something to the Meeting Chat or (now) raising their hand
2.To make matters even more complicated, the Raise Hand indicator doesn't show up in the Chat panel, only in the Participants panel) and when you're sharing screen, it's often in full-screen mode.) So even though for some important meetings we've had a second person monitor the chat window and verbally communicate questions to the Presenter, now the person monitoring Chat can't see the Raised Hands. Do we have to have a 3rd person monitor the Participants panel too....? I think you can see where this is problematic.
3.It seems that all sharing modes should support what the Share PowerPoint option does; the ability for the Presenter to have the chat panel open without it being visible to the audience. AND the Raise Hand feature should post an indicator into the Chat as well.
Presenters are sharing in desktop mode. Without a separate monitor, they cannot see (nor do they see the alert) if someone is raising their hand. So now a second person has to monitor the chat window as well as the questions from raised hands. During these times of working from home, lots of users are using only 1 monitor so this is a real problem.