How can you disable or limit chatting during or after a Teams meeting?
As the popularity of Microsoft Teams increases, so does the need for more control over how a meeting proceeds.
You often want participants not to chat during the meeting in order to keep their attention on the meeting.
Or you want participants to be able to give feedback so that they can participate to the maximum.
This blog will help you to adjust the chat settings during and before a meeting.
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There are 3 ways to disable Microsoft Teams chat:
- Active (enabled)
- Inactive (disabled)
- Only in the meeting (meeting only)
Manage team meeting chat settings - during the meeting
During the meeting, you can change the settings as indicated above via 'meeting options'.
Manage team meeting chat settings - before the meeting
Schedule a meeting via this blog.
Press meeting options.
Set the meeting chat option to your personal preference.
Via Outlook Online block chatting before or during a Microsoft Teams meeting.
Browse To: https: //outlook.office.com - Select links - Agenda
Select the desired meeting and then press: 'meeting options
Adjust settings in your web browser
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