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Twitter Communities offers people a dedicated place to connect, share, and get closer to the discussions they care about most with anyone on Twitter.Twitter Circle is for sharing the Tweets you only want to share with the people you choose to see them.




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Setting your account to protected status, means only your followers can see Tweets you share each time you compose and send a Tweet. You update this setting once, and it remains in place until you turn it off.


We have people that we send Teams meeting join requests that are outside of the company. If they join the meeting with their work or school domain account, it works fine. If they join with their gmail, hotmail, or such, it fails saying Only people with access to the org can join its meetings.


As far as I know, turning on "Allow anonymous people to join the meeting" in the meeting policy should be enough. But as indicated in this document, in order to join the meeting as an anonymous user, users need to click the link in the meeting invitation and then refer to instructions in Join a meeting without a Teams account to join the meeting.


The meeting policy with "Allow anonymous people to join the meeting" enabled is exactly the policy assigned to the users in your organization, right? To check which meeting policy is being applied to a user, you can go to Teams admin center > Users > Manage Users, select the user, click Policies > Meeting policy.


If this has already been confirmed, it's suggested to try disabling the option "Allow anonymous people to join the meeting", then turning on it again, wait for some time and see if there would be any difference.


By the way, since the Microsoft Q&A community has a policy that "The question author cannot accept their own answer. They can only accept answers by others.". and according to the scenario introduced here: Answering your own questions on Microsoft Q&A, I would make a brief summary of this thread:


Issue Symptom: We have people that we send Teams meeting join requests that are outside of the company. If they join the meeting with their work or school domain account, it works fine. If they join with their gmail, hotmail, or such, it fails saying "Only people with access to the org can join its meetings". "Allow anonymous people to join the meeting" is enabled in Meeting policy.


A lot of organizations have this feature turned off like you do. What would be nice if it is possible is allowing the permission for guests to join meetings with non-company accounts, that are created by certain people such as HR or hiring managers, and no one else.


Across the country, states continue chipping away at abortion rights while proponents of religious imposition laws prepare plans to take a potential Roe-buster to the Supreme Court. At such a time, talking about semantics may seem ill-advised or even reckless. But this is, in fact, the perfect time to remind everyone that women are not the only people who get abortions. And continuing to erase the full spectrum of people who need abortion care only serves to threaten abortion access for everyone.


The same people fighting abortion rights are often the ones lobbying against anti-discrimination protections for trans people, so abortion rights advocates undermining trans autonomy by failing to be inclusive is no doubt a pleasant bonus for them.


2. Sometimes friends will try to make plans with you and you have no reason to decline except for the fact that you just want to be alone that day. (Your plan is to have no plans, people need to understand that by now, right?)


12. While people around you hate being single, you consider it such a joy to be able to be at the whim of your aloneness and this feeling is especially better if you live alone, because you have so much time to do all your little things that you do when nobody is around.


Depression can make people feel like their minds have completely rebelled against them. From a lack of will to physical pain, it can cause people to function poorly at work, in school and in social activities, according to the World Health Organization. Many people who experience depression can also experience symptoms of anxiety.


More people say they voted in a given election than voting records indicate actually cast ballots. In some instances, researchers have actually verified the voting records of people who were interviewed and found that some of them said they voted but did not. Voting is generally considered a socially desirable behavior, like attending church or donating money to charity. Studies suggest these kinds of behaviors are overreported. Similarly, socially undesirable behaviors such as illegal drug use, certain kinds of sexual behavior or driving while intoxicated are underreported.


When we poll on a topic that may be unfamiliar, we typically start by asking how much, if anything, people have heard about it. This way we can get some insight into who knows about the subject and who does not. When we release results from the poll, we typically report just the opinions of people who say they had heard about the topic, and we also report what share of the public had not heard about the topic.


I have a confession, folks. Some parts of the Midwest also use the term "bubbler," and I even included it in my aforementioned Midwest article. However, I'd feel like I am cheating the good people of the New England if I didn't point out here that they also call water fountains "bubblers." Of course, with the accent, they'd actually call it a "bubbla."


June 24, 2015, was a historic day for New Englanders: It was the day "Masshole" was added to the Oxford English Dictionary and became an official word. Of course, in this region, it's been a common portmanteau for some time, as there's no better way to describe the rushing, tailgating, aggressive style of Massachusetts drivers. And it's not just an insult, as some natives wear the term as a badge of pride. Back in 1996, the Boston Globe helped in the coinage of the word in an article titled "Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving." The story began by giving an example situation for local drivers, asking them to think about what they'd do if approaching an intersection full of people as the light turned yellow. The very first option? "Floor it, weave around pedestrians, and flip a finger as you do." That, ladies and gents, is a true Masshole. But hey, this style of driving isn't without its advantages. As a local bumper sticker reminds other cars: "If you drove like a Masshole, you'd be home by now."


A "package store" is one that sells bottles of liquor and wine, a term that dates back to the post-Prohibition laws that stated liquor and wine must be packaged up after being purchased and not carried openly in public. Although this wording is used in both New England and parts of the South, the former region owns the slang term "packie," because people there like to give nicknames to everything and everyone.


When you use the interstates as much as New Englanders do, you're bound to run into your share of state troopers out there policing the roads. Of course, few people refer to them by the full, proper name, opting for the nickname "statie" or "statey" instead.


However, this is still a thing with which many New Englanders are familiar. And it's not only used as a substitute for club soda or seltzer; it can refer to cola and other sodas, too. Personally, I'm just thankful they don't call it "pop."


While most of the English-speaking world would use "wicked" only when referring to something evil (after all, it emerged as a pseudo-swear word from Puritan times), New Englanders use it as an alternative to the word "very." As in, "Wicked is a wicked fun word to say." Sure, the occasional outsider might utilize the expression from time to time, but nobody takes it as seriously as those in New England. If you refuse to accept that, you at least won't be able to deny that only people in New England use the term "wicked pissah" for something especially great.


*Cambridge University warns world must prepare for biological weapon that target ethnic groups based on geneticsScientists warn that humans should be worried about being wiped out by a killer pathogen that is specifically designed to kill people of only a particular race, based on their genetic material/ Deoxy ribonucleic Acid (DNA).


A biological weapon is any infectious agent, such as bacteria, virus or toxin, which is used intentionally to inflict bodily harm to people, animals or nature. They can be used to cause massive casualties, social disruption, economic losses, and environmental problems as a means of warfare or terrorism. Biological weapons are difficult to handle after release because they are infectious agents that spread uncontrollably beyond the target area.


The only major confirmed use of bio-weapons was the Japanese attack on Manchuria in the 1930s. However the number of states with biological warfare programs has been estimated to be in the range of 16 to 20. The number of states with the capacity to make biological weapons is over 100. Due to the secrecy with which such programmes are conducted and the fact that facilities for producing biological weapons are easier to hide than the ones for nuclear and chemical weapons, it is hard to know exactly how many states possess biological weapons or to detect bio-weapons programmes. A further problem is the dual-use nature of many installations; it is difficult to distinguish defensive from offensive uses.


The phrase "15 minutes prior to 15 minutes prior" comes from the expectation that you arrive 15 minutes earlier than the person in the next rank. The captain wants everyone to meet at 0600, so the master sergeant wants folks to arrive at 0545, and when it finally hits the corporal, people are told to show up at midnight.


If you set up a home hub, you can manage remote access and edit permissions for people that you invite to control your home. If you don't have a home hub set up, they can only control your accessories while they're at your home, connected to your home Wi-Fi network, and within range of your accessories. Matter-enabled accessories require a home hub, such as Apple TV 4K or HomePod mini. 041b061a72


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