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As the host of a meeting, I have a need to track the time that an individual has their camera switched on. In the participants pane, it shows when a participant is muted, when they have their camera on, when they are screen sharing, etc. However, it is displayed as an icon. I need a report of how long the person had their camera on (or off) for the entire session. The reason for this comes down to compliance. Being on-camera is mandatory for the meetings I host. Tracking in the main session is not too difficult. However, when the participants go to breakout rooms, it is much more difficult to track. A field added to the Active Hosts > Participants report would do the trick. Or, if there are any plugins that can track on-camera time for each participant, that would be grand.