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    Bo Bertelsen commented  · 

    It seems that Microsoft finally listened! This seems like it will fix this issue:

    We are updating a meeting participant's access to meeting chat. These changes will manage a users access to a meeting chat based on how they were invited to the meeting.
    [Key Points:]
    1. Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID: 68853
    2. Timing: rollout will begin in early December and complete by mid-December
    3. Rollout: Tenant level
    4. Control: Managed by meeting participants invite to meeting
    [How this impacts your organization:]
    Once this has rolled out, the changes will apply to new meetings. These changes will not be applied to previously scheduled meetings.
    A participants access to meeting chat will be dependent on how they were invited to the meeting:
    1. Single meeting
    1. Original and forwarded invitees maintain access to chat.
    2. Directly added participants have access to chat for the duration of the meeting. Chat access is removed at meeting conclusion but they will be able to review the meeting chat history.
    2. Recurring - Single instance of a meeting series
    1. Original invitees maintain access to chat.
    2. Forward invitees or directly added participants have access to chat for the duration of the meeting. Chat access is removed at meeting conclusion but they will be able to review the meeting chat history.
    Note: These changes do not impact channel meetings.

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    Bo Bertelsen commented  · 

    In the moment of writing it has been an issue for 2 and a half years.
    I assume that is Microsofts way of saying; It's not a bug - it's a feature

    It is unfortunate that users aren't made aware of that this is how it works, and it has the potential to cause some serious problems for the users.

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