Thank you for your continued feedback. The feature team is actively working on this highly requested feature. We are testing the first release that will have the ability for meeting hosts to create breakout rooms, assign the users to the rooms and call them back to the main room. Please see our roadmap for current status here: https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=Microsoft%20Teams&searchterms=65332.
An error occurred while saving the commentJosé Castro commented
Microsoft has an “education support center” that has an abysmal disconnection from education centers, oxymoronic. Microsoft has no clue of the School District experience with Teams. Teachers see the break out rooms icon on their Teams screen and that’s all, because you cannot do anything with that icon. It feels MS put it there just to calm people down. It’s the most burlesque and faux move I have seen in the tech companies competition. The same thing with “assignments” and “class”. Teacher cannot use those. We see the icons, but MS doesn’t provide access to teachers, so we cannot create channels, then you cannot add classes and cannot use break out rooms. The experience is depressing. With 30 quiet circles with initials pointing at you (yes, students do not want to turn on their cameras) a normal discussion cannot happen. Teacher goes through the torturing agony of lecturing to the wall for an hour.