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Adam Hill-Walters asked ·

Amateur - Looking for solution to un-removable attendees from Meetings

In meetings, sometimes when there is an attendee that is not supposed to be in the meeting, and you try to remove them, they are unremovable.

I have seen before where a code/script was developed the forced removed an attendee.

(Even if they were a cohost & you were a cohost.) *Only a host should be able to remove a co-host*

I'm not sure if the script un-cohosted the user first, then removed, or just brute force removed. I do know the user saw the pop up saying the HOST removed them.

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Phong Vu answered ·

I am not aware of any API available for removing meeting attendee. So it is not possible to achieve this programmatically.

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Anirban answered ·

This a good option actually.. why not you raise an Idea request on this?. Maybe the RC team can explore the idea and consider it with some more modification and implement that

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Khadhar Koneti answered ·

Yes, There is no API exposed by RC team to remove meeting attendee as of now. RC team has to build API for this :). Good question by Adam.

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