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    Richard commented  · 

    Really? We still have to depend on one specific person to carry out 'organiser' functions such as breakout rooms? Does the 'organiser' never get sick at Microsoft? Never arrange meetings for other people, or want someone else to manage the breakout sessions? Never have connectivity problems that stops the management of breakout rooms during a meeting?

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    Unbelievable! A meeting organiser could arrange an important meeting, then if they're ill or otherwise unavailable no-one else can carry out important organiser tasks such as break-out room management etc.We can't rely on Teams for large important meetings until this feature is in place.

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    Richard commented  · 

    We really should be able to set an automatic deletion of messages and files after a certain length of time, both as a global policy and at individual chat as well as chat members being able to trigger deletion of old messages themselves. Admittedly all members of a chat group should get a say for a clear out of older messages.as it affect all members rather than just individuals.

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    Richard commented  · 

    This has been an issue in Outlook for a while now and Microsoft have ignored it. Now that we are depending on the 'organizer' for more features in Teams meetings this has become a critical weakness in the design of Teams meetings.

    We cannot have breakout rooms in a meeting unless the original organizer is present. What if the organizer has left/is sick/is otherwise engaged? The meeting cannot take place as planned. No-one would knowingly rely on this feature if they knew it would become impossible in the absence of one specific person.

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    Richard commented  · 

    I've seen this a few times now. How can such a misleading statement get through testing and be considered okay for release? Sort it out please.

    I hadn't even accepted a meeting, and the meeting hadn't yet taken place, yet I was still shown as having 'joined the meeting'.

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    Richard commented  · 

    Teams breakout rooms cannot be managed by anyone except the meeting organiser, depending on a single person for this function is a bad idea; what if they are not able to attend the meeting? Breakout rooms cannot happen unless someone else has the organiser role.

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    We bought 25 Jabra Evolve 40 headsets for use with Teams. The answer/hangup button worked fine when we bought them back in March, some time around end of April early May mine stopped working. An earlier version of Teams still works okay with this headset on another laptop.

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    Richard commented  · 

    This report only has 16 votes, but on the link in the original posting 95 people report having the same question, which suggests it is more widespread than the 16 votes suggest.

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    I also have this issue, I keep seeing a popup reporting that 'Teams Downloaded' or something similar and I see multiple nupkg files (Teams-1.3.00.13565-full.nupkg' in my case. I don't see any errors in the teasm logs.txt file though. This has been going on for a few weeks now. I am on version 1.2.00.32462 so presumably the Teams automatic update is failing, it was last updated 2nd June 2020.

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    Thank you for your feedback, the team has this request under review. We will share an update as soon as one is available.

    In the meantime, you may want to try using the “Do No Disturb” status if you are in a call or meeting, and do not want to get call notifications (rings and toasts). For more information on the various status settings in Teams and how they effect your notifications, including call notifications, please visit https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/change-your-status-in-teams-ce36ed14-6bc9-4775-a33e-6629ba4ff78e.

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    Richard commented  · 

    Also, who has answered calls to a call group, how long callers waited, if the call went to voicemail etc. This stuff is important to ensure we have the right set up, that we set the correct ringing times before voicemail kicks in etc.

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    I have used a script based on Get-CSUserSession but it seems to exclude the information needed to find out who answered a call coming into a call group. It will show a session for everyone whose 'phone' rings as part of a call group, but there is no way to identify which person took the call. I can look in an individual's call history in the Teams admin center and see the session for the person who took the call there, but this session information is missing from Get-CSUserSession. We could do with getting the same information available from the Teams admin center via powershell.

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    I agree, this is a surprising omission on the Yealink phones and mobile app. A more conventional ringtone is less of a distraction to others.

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    Yes, this is annoying for end users. An option for a less distinctive ring will be more considerate to others working nearby.

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    I agree, we can change the ringtone on the desktop application now but the Yealink T55 phones and the android app still don't have any option to change the ringtone. The one ringtone can be annoying and more disruptive to others nearby. An option for a more conventional ringtone will disturb other nearby less.

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