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    Thank you for your continued feedback. We are in the process of testing the downloading of the attendance report after the meeting has concluded. For status updates, please view the roadmap item here, https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=Microsoft%20Teams&searchterms=66459.

    Download of the meeting attendance list during a meeting is released for general availability. Please note this feature is turned off by default, and needs to be enabled via admin policy. To learn more, please visit our support page at https://support.office.com/article/download-attendance-reports-in-teams-ae7cf170-530c-47d3-84c1-3aedac74d310.

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    If MS had a feel for what presenters need when making a presentation - before during and after - they would have come up with solutions. Obviously they don't.
    It doesn't take much to attend a presentation and note down elements that would make it a success. Music whilst waiting for attendees to join is a standard, and this is available with PowerPoint. I would have presumed that when Teams software was being "written it would be incorporated. Furthermore, the focus in a presenter is the presenter; the data presented in the form of files is an accessory. Consequently, there ought to be a provision to focus on the speaker - make the speaker prominent, push slides into the background and toggle between the two as required. Sadly this is missing

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