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    As you may know, the new Large Gallery view, with the ability to see up to 49 participant in a meeting, is coming soon to Teams! This will allow you to see all of your students within a similar class size. The ability to further adjust the layout of the video is in the works and planned to come later.

    Large Gallery will release as an optional (preview) feature that can be turned on at any time during a meeting. Large Gallery has a flexible design and will deliver a network-optimized client video experience that works on multiple device categories. During the preview, the Large Gallery experience will be available for desktop Teams client on both Windows & Mac, as well as for mobile Teams client (iOS, Android) users.

    You can read more about Large gallery view, as well as the new Together mode feature, here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2020/07/08/reimagining-virtual-collaboration-future-work-learning/

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    It is good trying to see as many people videos in one screen as possible, Teams just needs to do it as other companies do it. Other companies put around 20 people per screen and then you just need to scroll down or go to the next screens to see more people. As you scroll down the other screens, the videos start turning on. Sometimes it takes a few seconds to see all the videos turned on for each screen. They do not have all 30, 40, or 100 people videos on in one single screen

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    You may download and install the new version of Teams from the Teams download site. I was able to get the 9 screen feature there

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    Thank you for all the feedback. Unfortunately we need to temporarily disable this new feature on web and desktop to address an issue that has been found. A fix is underway and we will update here when the new feature is rolled back out. Thank you for your patience.

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    Thanks to everyone who has voted on this. The team is making progress to ensure we have a safe and secure way to allow teachers to “hard mute” students during a meeting. We will share more details as we have them.

    Gordon Chang from Teams

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    Thanks again for your feedback on this. The team has begun working on an option requiring everyone other than the meeting organizer to go thru the lobby. We will continue to evaluate our best option to release with increased priority.

    If, in addition to a per meeting control, you are looking for admin level control to prevent students from starting any meeting or any calls without educators present, and want to apply this control regardless of whether a meeting organizer remembers to change the lobby option, please vote on this UV item – https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/599053/suggestions/39962347

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    Juan R commented  · 

    Come on Microsoft! This should not be difficult to do. Just put all participants in the waiting room

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