When you attend a town hall in Microsoft Teams, you can watch the live event and engage in the moderated Q&A. You won't have access to your mic or camera during the event, and there won't be an open chat among attendees.
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Join a town hall
Before you join a town hall, make sure to download Microsoft Teams on your device.
To join a town hall:
Open the email invitation you received and select Join event.
When you select Join event, the event will launch automatically in Teams, where you'll see the event screen.
Participate in Q&A
During a town hall, you can engage in Q&A, where you can post, reply, and react to questions. If the Q&A is moderated, you'll receive a notification that an organizer received your question and will review it before posting.
To open Q&A, select Q&A at the top of your Teams window.
To ask a question, type in the Ask a question text box at the top of the Q&A panel.
To learn more, see Q&A in Microsoft Teams meetings.
Leave a town hall
You can leave a town hall at anytime by selecting Leave in the top corner of your Teams window.
Access a town hall recording
After a town hall ends, the event organizers can choose to publish the event recording for attendees to watch. If a town hall recording is published, you'll automatically receive an email with a link to the recording.
By default, most event recordings expire after 30 days but can be extended by the organizer.