Microsoft has announced a new events service in Teams. Town Halls make it possible to hold large online meetings within organizations. This is an alternative to Teams live events, which will disappear next year.
Microsoft He writes in a blog post They are launching Town Halls as a service within their video calling service teams. Town Halls are intended for business users within large organizations. The tool allows businesses to create large-scale events for their entire company. This is possible for both internal and external events.
Town Halls allow up to 10,000 participants to participate if the company has an Office 365 or Microsoft 365 package. For packages with Teams Premium, 20,000 participants can participate. These events can last thirty hours. 365 packages can set up fifteen events and breakout rooms. With Teams Premium there are fifty.
Administrators can also use a third partyContent delivery networks Merge, A Green room It acts as a kind of virtual waiting room behind the scenes and includes options for conducting interviews and making recordings of events. The tool also has options to create live translations, assign roles to participants, and link email templates to an event.
Town Halls are an alternative to Live Events, which now perform a similar function within Teams. Microsoft says it will stop this feature on September 30 of next year. In the meantime, the tool will continue to receive support. The town halls themselves will be available on October 5 of this year.
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