Microsoft Teams allows for two roles to choose from when setting up an online meeting. The two roles are Presenter and Attendee. In most situations, you would want to assign your students the attendee role. Students can be changed to a presenter role, on-the-fly, during a meeting should they want to share their screen.
|Speak and share video||x||x||x|
|Participate in meeting chat||x||x||x|
|Privately view a PowerPoint file shared by someone else||x||x||x|
|Take control of someone else’s PowerPoint presentation||x||x|
|Mute other participants||x||x|
|Prevent attendees from unmuting themselves||x||x|
|Admit people from the lobby||x||x|
|Change the roles of other participants||x||x|
|Start or stop recording||x||x|
Follow the step-by-step video guides below to learn how to change these roles. Note: The videos contain no audio.
Change roles Prior to Meeting
Change Roles During a Meeting
Change Role of Individual Student
Learn more about Teams on the Teams Resource Center.
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