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Any Host or Co-Host of any Meeting can Mute any Participant.
Participants can only be unmuted in Meetings organized by Hosts who the Participant has given permission to unmute them.
Hosts specify whether they want to request permission to unmute Participants. This is a setting in the Hosts web setting and is applied to all their Meetings.
Participants are asked once to give permission when they first join a meeting with that Host. If they give permission, that permission will remain for any future Meetings organized by that Host. They will not be asked again - even for other Meetings organized by that same Host.
If the deny permission, they will be asked again each time they join a meeting with that Host. But they can keep denying, each time.
Unmute permission always has to be given by the Participant . It can be revoked in Audio, like you see.
Unmute permission are always seen in Audio, if they exist.
The ability of Hosts to request permission to unmute can be disabled as an account level.
Hope this helps.
There is a setting here to manage who you have given permission to unmute you, but I don't see this option under Audio in my client settings. I have updated my client to the latest version (didn't see it before the update either)
Why is this setting not showing for me?
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