Posted August 17, 2021 by Academic and Institutional Technology
Tags: Department News
Need to Remove Someone from a Teams Chat?
Have you ever been in a Microsoft Teams meeting with someone (Person A) and then you add someone else (Person B) just to answer one quick question? That’s a great way to utilize Microsoft Teams, but afterward you may realize that Person B is now seeing all the chats between you and Person A. And maybe you don’t want them to.
Good news! You can remove someone else from a chat in Microsoft Teams or you can remove yourself from a chat you no longer need to be a part of.
Take some time to read the information within the ThunderCloud Collaboration Team channel specifically about Microsoft Teams. There you can find short videos on topics such as communicating with external contacts, sharing your screen, recording meetings, and more.
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