Amazon Chime has a meeting type, called a moderated meeting, which allows hosts to restrict attendee interactions until they or one of their delegates join or a moderator enters the moderator passcode. Attendees who enter the passcode, including those dialing in or joining from an in-room video system, become "moderators" and are able to perform host actions such as meeting lock, recording, muting all others, and ending the meeting for all.
What you need to know:
Note: Entering the moderator passcode is not a skill supported when joining a moderated meeting from an Alexa for Business device. If the Alexa-enabled device is controlling an in-room video system, you can use the video device's dial pad to enter the moderator passcode and host controls.
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