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Hi, 

My local sports team wants to have a digital parents meeting. When they invite to this meeting all names and email addresses are visible for all who are invited. Is there a easy way of avoiding this? We want there to be options for two-way communication (chat is good enough). But if we wish to invite 500 parents, we need the email's to remain anonymous. . Thanks for help :) 

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If they join the meetings anonymously, no e-mail should show up

@MagnusBorgen First of all you can only have a maximum of 350 users in a Teams meeting. If you need a bigger audience you need to use Teams Live Event. In a Teams meeting you can allow anonymous access but this is a bit depending on the attendee's setup. If he/she is already logged into Teams (perhaps through work) they will most likely be displayed with that info in the meeting.

 

For Teams live event the attendees are not visible to each other. In Teams live event you can use Q&A (similar to chat) put you need to remember that there is a delay from what is actually being produced in the live event to when it reaches the attendees of about 20-30 seconds.

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