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I had thought that the Chat setting "Participant Can Chat With: Host and co-hosts" would mean that a chat message would be visible to the host and all the co-hosts.
But I'm finding it seems just to allow participants to message a host or co-host directly. Is there any way around this?
I was really hoping all our co-hosts would see any message coming in from our participants.
I had the same issue. We had a town hall meeting with 300 staff members and wanted to use the chat as a way for staff to submit questions. I selected this option only co-hosts and hosts to see the chats but I was told by staff people couldnt enter chats at all saying they didn't have permissions to do this. I wish they would implement a Q&A feature in the meeting like they did for webinar.
I seem to remember that co-hosts all received the chat messages to hosts/co-hosts (except direct messages) at once. Now, meeting participants have to choose a co-host to send the message to. Is there a way to have messages go to all co-hosts at once, say, in the case of a Q and A session? Thanks for any assistance that be provided.