Meeting Enlargement and Other News in MS Teams

Other new features in MS Teams include increasing the meeting limit to up to 1000 active participants, the ability to get feedback from students directly after class, or the addition of assignments and work directly to the calendar.

19 May 2021

Increasing the Meeting Limit from 300 to 1000 Participants

It is now possible to hold meetings for up to 1000 active participants. Their possibilities do not limit them, just as before, each participant can turn on the microphone and talk, use chat, respond or share content. However, you need to have an A3 license for these meetings, which you can quickly get by clicking in your INET. Take a look at the other individual limits in Teams.

What do Students Think About Your Lessons? Detect Their Feedback

In order to improve your teaching, it is important to get feedback from students. In a class team, you can use the new Reflect application, which collects students' opinions directly after the end of the lesson.

And how can you add it? Simply through the New Team Conversation, click on the three dots (Message Extension), and enter Reflect. Then select the desired question and send it.

Shorten The Form URL

Are you frightened when sharing a form or quiz URL with its length? It doesn't have to. This is because the Shorten URL check box is now available when sharing. More information can be found in the instruction here.

We have our universal shortener of long URL addresses at the university, which is available in the Portal and creates abbreviated links in the format

Use the "Assignment" Option Directly in The Calendar

Do you use the Assignment feature when working with students? You will appreciate the novelty, thanks to which you can add this Assignment as an event to students' calendars. This can be either as an Assignment with everything or as a reminder that they have a job/task to submit.

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