In a meeting users are allowed to rename themselves which are shown to other users. This shows up in the chat file as well. Unfortunately if a user renames themselves we have no way of knowing from the chat file who the user is unless it matches their user name. And if a user changes their name to someone else’s name then they look like they are impersonating them.
|00:01:06|Zoom Test:|Hello everyone it is 3:50pm|
|00:01:16|Skyler:|hey, this is me|
|00:01:24|Skyler:|i än going to change my name|
|00:01:53|Zoom Test:|Hey Skyler how are you doing?|
|00:02:06|Saxophone:|sorry my name is saxophone now| <----
Skyler renamed to
|00:02:28|Saxophone:|what this shows up as in our chat file|
|00:02:39|Zoom Test:|I can’t wait to see either. The suspense is killing me!|
|00:03:08|Bari Sax:|Baritone Saxophones are a lot of fun to play| <—
Zoom Test renamed to
|00:03:34|Bari Sax:|Some more chat at 3:53pm from the Baritone saxophone|
|00:03:43|Bari Sax:|We should get together and play a gig|
It would be helpful if there was another column, either email or userid they would you identify who was actually participating in the chat even if they change their name. If the user is a guest/anonymous then that could be signified as well so we know the chat is from a non account user.