A guest does not be displayed in the lobby waiting in channel conference
In Teams, if I hold a "meeting now" from a channel, I can get a meeting-specific URL from the top of the meeting participant list.
By sharing this URL with channel members and with non-channel members, anyone who clicks the URL can join and hold a meeting at any time.
This URL can also be used by guest members (not channel members). When the guest member joins the meeting, the guest waits in the lobby, so that the channel member can join the meeting by approving the guest.
However, when a channel member starts a meeting first and a guest member tries to join there, the guest's “Lobby Waiting” may not be displayed. Guest "lobby wait" is not displayed in the menu in the center of the meeting nor in the participant list.
On the other hand, when the guest first joins the conference and then the channel member tries to join the conference, the guest is displayed in the lobby waiting for the channel member.
If a channel member starts a channel conference first and then a guest member tries to join, if the guest's "lobby wait" is not displayed, the channel member will not be able to understand the lobby wait and will keep the guest waiting forever .
I would like you to solve the problem of this channel conference.
Hiroshi Yamatoya commented
This issue was solved because I understand the function of Teams deeply. Please close this bug report. Thank you.