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    Eric commented  · 

    Hello.

    I am a Mircrosoft Office trainer, and seeing what each of my trainees does when I show them a manipulation or when I give them instructions is absolutely essential to me.
    I have pointed out this need several times, but nothing has changed.

    Today I use iTeach.world's WebRoom solution which does it perfectly, and I advise my trainees as well as all my fellow trainers to do like me and drop Teams because, although you claim to offer a tool for teachers, it only concerns lecturers, not the thousands of trainers who have this need and it is not because few of us express it that few of us have it.

    As long as it is not possible for all participants to share their screen simultaneously, Teams will remain a conference tool, not a training one.

    Test WebRoom, then you will see that it is entirely technically possible, and if it is technically possible, to continue not to offer it to us would be to despise us.

    Moreover, there are a lot of stuffs to appreciate about WebRoom, as much in its functionalities as in its ergonomics (thumbnail showing what we share, possibility of creating sub-work groups, etc.) and Microsoft would be well advised. to be humble and to take example on this platform developed by a trainer who was tired of not being listened to.

    The only reasons why I do not make the definitive choice of webroom to give my courses is that on the one hand I already pay a fortune to Microsoft to train users in their products (which is already abnormal in my eyes since I participate to the enthusiasm of users for their products), and that, unfortunately, bog companies do not trust small ones. But if Microsoft continues to turn a deaf ear, this small business will eventually become big.

    So thanks for the respect I hope you'll give to us.

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    Eric commented  · 

    Bonjour.

    La seule chose que j'aie à dire à ce sujet c'est que je ne comprends pas comment Microsoft a pu ne pas implémenter cette fonction dans les canaux privés.

    Il n'y a rien à réfléchir : avoir un canal privé avec 10 personnes et être contraint d'inviter les participants un à un toutes les semaines est inacceptable.
    De plus, les canaux privés étant... privés, les réunions qu'on planifie avec eux le sont peut-être aussi. Les équipes n'ont peut-être pas à savoir quand la direction se réunit, ni qui participe.

    Une autre question récurrente n'est toujours pas résolue : modifier la confidentialité d'un canal.

    Il y a urgence, nous sommes des milliers à perdre du temps et à demander ces correctifs, et nous ne sommes que l'infime partie des utilisateurs qui prennent le temps de vous faire connaître nos besoins.

    Merci d'avance.

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