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How to enable the Q&A option for Teams Live Events?

I want to have Q&A as an option when I create a Teams Live Event but it's not available. I've looked in the Teams Admin centre but I can't find where I can enable this.
Can some one point me in the right direction?

many thanks

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Resolved. Always helps when you notice the subtle scroll bar down the side.

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Hi,



Something here might help:



Moderating a Q&A

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/moderating-a-q-a-4984e582-8c66-4ea3-aaaf-d93cf62e1b76



(Please don't forget to accept helpful replies as answer)



Best regards,
Leon





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Thanks Leon, the challenge I have is not being able to select the Q&A option when I create a Live Event so that it is available for users.

There's lots of good guidance on how to use it, but first I need the option to appear under the:

"How will you produce your live event?"

when I'm creating the event.

Any further guidance much appreciated.

thanks
Mark

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Are you using the Desktop version? If yes make sure you got the latest version.

Also do you have the required permissions?

Who can create live events

  • To be able to create a live event, a person needs to have the following things. Your IT admin can provide more information.

  • A Office 365 Enterprise E1, E3, or E5 license or a Office 365 A3 or A5 license.

  • Permission to create live events in Microsoft Teams admin center.

  • Permission to create live events in Microsoft Stream (for events produced using an external broadcasting app or device).

  • Full team membership in the org (can’t be a guest or from another org).

  • Private meeting scheduling, screensharing, and IP video sharing, turned on in Team meeting policy.








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Thanks Leon, I've solved. Apologies it was user error. The scroll bar was just not obvious to me.

Thanks for your comments.

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