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    Thank you for your continued feedback, we have not forgotten about this ask. We have a feature on the backlog for popping out content, so you will be able to see one screen with the video gallery and one screen with the shared content. We will share an update as soon as one is available.

    For the separate feature ask for full screen option, please upvote and comment at https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103/suggestions/41277121

    ​For split screen camera and desktop, please upvote and comment at https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103/suggestions/37118773

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    Andrew Seabrook commented  · 

    This very much needs to be a feature. I understand the rationale behind tying Audio Conferencing to meeting organizers (so that you can take your conference line with you to meetings you schedule from anywhere you like) but when the Meeting Rooms license already comes with Audio Conferencing we should be able to leverage this to have, essentially, dedicated conference lines for each resource account with a Teams Meeting Room license, usable by anyone who is authorized to schedule a meeting in that room.

    The only workaround we have found is by having booking delegates for the resource accounts for the Teams rooms open the calendar for those rooms and schedule meetings directly from there, behavior that Microsoft explicitly discourages:

    "IMPORTANT Room mailboxes should never be set as the organizer of a meeting, nor should room mailboxes be accessed directly by users in order to make changes to a meeting. Rooms should only be added to meetings in the Attendee or Location fields. Otherwise you will override the Resource Booking Assistant (RBA), which manages and processes all calendar items sent to the room mailbox, and unexpected errors may occur." (source: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/Exchange/recipients/room-mailboxes?view=exchserver-2019)

    Pleeeeeease set it up so that we can have the conference room audio conferencing information automatically added to meetings we schedule in Teams when we add that room as a location or an attendee. As it currently stands, the Audio Conferencing component of the Meeting Room license is severely gimped by only being accessible during ad-hoc meetings scheduled from the room device itself.

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