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An error occurred while saving the commentTheresa Meyer commented
2 teachers share a class. Only the teacher who created the meeting can start the meeting, while the other "owner" is stuck in the lobby and can't share his/her screen until the person who set the meeting gives permission. What is the purpose of both being OWNERS if only one of them has any control? The fix for this seems to be a simple permissions setting. In the meeting options, it only gives permission to allow members of the organization to bypass the lobby (well, that includes the kids, so it defeats the purpose) and when trying to set the default for presenting, it won't allow Specific People to be added.
Thank you for your feedback! We are updating this as “Partialy Done” as our first step to solving for pinned posts has been released! Pinned posts allows users from a team to pin a message for everyone in the channel to be able to easily reference. While any message can be pinnable, we expect our users to use this feature to pin information like channel guidelines or important announcements. We know this doesn’t solve all pinning scenarios, and that there is still a need to make this easier for users to find, especially within the message list. We will share another update as soon as it is available.
To learn more about showing channel info in Teams, please visit https://support.microsoft.com/office/show-channel-info-in-teams-61c3319d-a2c0-4b60-99b9-3226b9e248f9.