View or export a list of users who attended a meeting
Currently, there is no method of viewing a list of meeting attendees after a meeting has ended.
Meeting organizers should be able to view or export a list of attendees, including enter and exit times, duration, etc.
You are working on testing this for the public, it is also needed on the government accounts.
T. Stone commented
Yes - I vote yes!
Robert Gerlach commented
Yes, I vote yes for this! It needs to record who and their sign-in and sign out timestamps!
Agreed, we need to be able to pull a roster of attendees for meetings, please consider this add.
Sandile Mahlaba commented
This is highly critical for government institution, this part of the procedural and audit requirements, a proof that someone joined an meeting and that during the meeting discussion they present.
Especially if it's a decision making meeting or policy formulation meeting that need voting.
This would be a valuable feature for CWA-65, Ft. Meade.
Some meetings are mandatory and we need to have a list of people that attended the meeting. This can be a Word or Excel document. We also need the capability to get the Attendance list after the meeting has ended.
This option is critical for use in the Reserve Force for training and muster purposes.
Frank Fitzmaurice commented
This is critical for remote training and tracking attendance in our command. If it is not implemented on the Navy side, we will need to find another solution.
Tracking attendance is crucial for Government organizations. Many users are not only looking for formats to provide quality virtual training, but also ways to track attendance. We have mandatory requirements for attendance and because this is not an option in Teams, people are using other formats like Cisco WebEx because they offer this option. The problem with Cisco WebEx is it's not supported on the Govt network and we have no audio for video files; but people are willing to sacrifice playing videos to have the option to track attendance.