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    The ability to remove a user from group chats (including meeting chats) is now available on desktop, and coming soon to mobile.

    How it works: A user can go to any group chat of 3 or more people and navigate to the roster and by hovering over any user you will see the “X”. Clicking on this will show a confirmation dialog. Then the user must select remove to remove the user. 

    What does everyone see: Everyone in the chat will see the control message that says “User A removed User B from the chat”. 

    What does the removed user see: The removed user will still have access to the chat history but will no longer see new messages after the point of removal and will not be able to compose messages or make any changes to the chat.

    Note: This setting is controlled by your tenant admin, so may or may not…

    Max commented  · 

    Please can this be added - it's proving a real issue for us....

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    8 comments  ·  Public » Messaging  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Max commented  · 

    When writing a company-wide message / update - you don't want to be writing it piece-meal. We want to be able to send a decent length note in one message and now we are having to paste it into a document and share that instead which is really annoying

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