Teams Live Events: Disable Anonymous Questions?
Yes, teams live events disable anonymous questions.
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How to use Microsoft Teams Live Event
Yes, most questions on the Teams live event page are anonymous.
To turn off Q&A in a Teams live event, follow these steps:
Open the Live Event page.
On the left side of the page, under “Settings,” select “Questions.”
Under “Questions,” select the option that you want to turn off Q&A for.
To turn on Q&A in a Teams live event, open the Settings page and select the Q&A tab. Under “Enabled features,” select “Q&A.
Questions are private on Microsoft teams because they are meant for team collaboration. Questions are not meant to be shared with the public, since they could be used to identify team members or ideas.
Yes, anonymous in Teams is really anonymous. However, there are ways to track down an anonymous user.
Yes, you can chat anonymously on Teams.
Yes, presenters can see Q&A in Teams live.
Yes, Teams has a Q&A feature.
A moderated Q&A is a forum in which the questions and answers are moderated before they are posted. This is in contrast to an unmoderated Q&A, where anyone can post anything they want.
Your boss can’t read your Teams messages if you don’t want them to. Your Teams messages are like a conversation between you and your friends. If you want your boss to be able to see what you’re talking about, you have to send them in a message instead.
Yes, managers can see Teams messages.
There is no surefire way to know for sure, but some signs that your boss may be spying on your computer include:
-Your boss regularly looking at your computer screen without asking or permission.
-Your boss requesting access to your personal files or email account without a good reason.
-Your boss making unexpected changes to your work schedule or tasks without explanation.
No, your boss cannot watch you on camera all day. This would be an invasion of your privacy.
Yes, teams can track activity in a variety of ways. Some popular methods include:
-Using a tool like Asana or Trello to track tasks and deadlines.
-Keeping a journal to track progress and reflections on work.
-Uploading photos or videos of progress and shared milestones.
Yes, you can export Q&A in Teams live event. However, note that the exported Q&A may not be 100% accurate as it will be based on the current state of the live event at the time of export.