Teams Q&A
Teams Q&A

Teams Q&A

At Microsoft Inspire 2022 conference,  Microsoft announced that Q&A is now available in Microsoft Teams meetings and webinars. Previously, Q&A was available as an app but now the Q&A functionality is built directly into Teams for a simple way to track and organize questions as they are submitted during meetings and webinars.

Teams meetings organizers can soon set up Q&A in their meetings via Meeting Options in advance of the meeting. Great for large or structured meetings and training.
 

Meeting Organizers and Co-organizers can enable Q&A in their meetings through Meeting Options. They can toggle “Enable Q&A” to yes to enable structured conversations in their meeting. When Q&A is enabled, meeting attendees can join their Teams meeting, click the Q&A icon, and ask questions and engage in the discussion.

How to add:
Enable Q&A through Meeting Options to enable structured conversations where attendees ask questions, moderators review, and speakers answer those questions. You can add Q&A before or during a meeting or webinar.

Prior to the meeting you can inform speakers and attendees how they can submit questions.  Meeting organizers can pin important messages in the Q&A feed. Pin the agenda, expectations, or information to the top of the Q&A feed to remind people of the guidelines for Q&A during the call. You can also do this at the start of the meeting.
 

Notes:
  1. You can answer live or reply directly. To help keep track of the questions coming in, filter by All Questions, Answered Questions and Unanswered Questions.
  2. Meeting organizers and co-organizers can moderate and manage what attendees see in the Q&A feed. Turn on moderation to review questions and discussions from attendees before they are published for attendees to see. Moderation cannot be turned off in a meeting once it has been turned on.
 
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