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This should be a setting somewhere. During a presentation the behavior is to display a toast notification that someone is trying to add a message. This is pretty counter-intuitive since you are trying to run a presentation. Chances are you might have someone else moderating and don't want to keep seeing the IM popup that content is being added. I have found a work around for meeting itself by initially typing a IM from the presenting machine, but it's pretty stupid we just can't disable this.
I'm curious if this is still the case. We have not fully enabled MFA/MA across our environment but we are testing it with a pool of users. We are in a hybrid environment and everything with SFB works fine, Oauth and everything are setup properly. If the account is not enabled for MFA/MA the calendar pulls fine in the mobile app on both Android and iOS. I've tested out our configuration and everything verifies with SUCCESS when testing Oauth.
I have also seen the articles stating that MFA is supported in both mobile versions. Is it truly supported or not?
I have a very similar request, we usually join meetings using the do not join audio option and then call into the meeting manually so we can use video and a conference line. When using gallery view the conference line shows up as a blank picture since there is nothing tied to it and we would like to hide it to make room for just the video feeds. Besides using PIN to keep certain feeds active, there should be a hide option also.