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    #7 -- Always have backup producers at your events. These Teams Live Events are not meant for a single producer to run by themselves. At my organization, we have backup producers assigned and in the meeting (at the very least, they run chat support).

    This way, the event does not end in the event you get kicked out or your computer crashes, and they can pick up where you left off on the run of show.

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    Just use Zoom.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    (3/18/21 Update): I think this could work via the "Raise hand" feature, if implemented in a Teams Live Event. The producer could turn on an attendee's microphone remotely, allow their feedback, then mute them again, returning focus to the Live Event. I'm not at all opposed to this idea anymore.

    (7/28/20): Terrible idea. One of the reasons Teams Live Events exists is for control of shared content / microphone / camera, much like you would see at a live event in a hotel conference room. You wouldn't just stand up in the middle of that meeting and start talking, would you??

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Small businesses less than 300 users can make use of regular Teams Meetings. You have more features in Teams (collaboration, better chat, etc.), and it takes a TEAM of people to run a Teams Live Event. Why hamstring your small business?

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    Producers should not be the ones advancing the deck. There should be a presenter in each meeting responsible for the deck (whether they present or not -- they're just there, doing the deck).

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    A "Q&A MODE" that auto-switches would be a great idea. However, having been a producer of many Teams Live Events, the manual switching to different presenters is a great workflow as long as the presenters (or business units) provide a run of show, which we require as part of the meeting creation process.

    Treat this like an in-person keynote (with planned run-of-show), and you'll have greater success.

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    The organizers / moderators do not have to publish these questions...

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Teams used to have a "pin" feature to lock a camera view onto the screen. Teams also had a 'full screen' view that eliminated the Teams interface (for recording).

    The latest version of Teams (build 1.3.00.19173 (64-bit)) does not have these features anymore.

    They were super useful, as my business department relies on these two features almost exclusively.
    Please restore these features.

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