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    that could be due to the device you're using. Calls normally don't work on anything other than laptops/desktops. It could also be that your devise doesn't have a camera or mic.

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    Its clear you don't have a GCSE to prepare for or understand the importance of peer work. As a year 10 student struggling with the pressure of having to self-teach multiple topics due to covid-19, not being able to discuss ideas and help peers on this platform has truly been a huge setback. It is a shame that people have used this feature for negative reasons, but students genuinely trying to make the most of their future despite the difficult times should not be denied this because of some immature users.

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    Its a shame people are using this feature for negative reasons, however, as a student myself having to self-teach many topics for my GCSE's and being set numerous online tasks, discussing ideas with peers would be extremely beneficial. Not only would it improve our independence as opposed to being spoon fed, it would also help with the well-being of students due to the limitation of human interaction we have. Just like we are encouraged to study and revise as a group, miscrosoft teams could be used as a positive platform to do the same as going to revise with our friends is not possible during these times. Not all students trying to make the best of their future despite these difficult times, should be denied this feature because of a handful of immature users.

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    preventing students to call each other is stopping us from helping each other. not every teachers is available for help and we are depending on SELF-TEACHING topics for our GCSE's.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Instead of preventing all students from being able to call each other, setting an age cap which would ensure the platform is used for positive reasons. As a student myself, it is highly stressful not being able to use this to call peers. Especially during this difficult time with limited human interaction and the pressure of having to self-teach many subjects for our GCSE's. It would also improve independence rather than depending on being spoon fed everything. Please consider the effects of students, not just the impacts it may have on yourself.

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    You clearly don't understand the importance of student interaction. Students preparing and self-teaching many subjects for their GCSE's are suffering from a lot of pressure and not only would discussing homework or tasks be extremely beneficial but would also help with our well-being as we are limited of human interaction. Its obvious you do not have a GCSE to prepare for yourself and therefore are not considering the effects of your idea. This would be a major step back in student's learning!

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    In May we introduced a new user setting, Only me, that meeting organizers could select when configuring the “Who can bypass lobby?” setting for a Teams meeting. We are now making it possible for you to set Teams meeting defaults in your organization so that only meeting organizers can bypass the lobby.

    Your IT admin will now be able to set “Automatically admit people” to Organizer only

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    Once this is your tenant default, it applies to all new meetings created by the user. It does not affect meetings set up prior to this change where Meeting options were updated.
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I am in year 10 and having to self-teach a lot of subjects. Being able to interact with other students is good to discuss ideas and topics but also for our well-being during this difficult time. You clearly don't have a gsce to prepare for and don't understand the importance of peer work. Younger students would/should have parent supervision anyway.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    As a student and having a few team chats with other students, not being able to call each other or only being able to call when a teacher starts it is extremely frustrating. especially during these hard times where many students are being left to self-teach many topics, discussing homework and subjects would be extremely helpful.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I think this is a good idea. As a student I have a Microsoft team chat with a few of my peers. It would be extremely helpful if we could call to discuss lessons and homework etc. especially during these difficult times where students are having to teach ourselves new topics.

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