1st congrats for the developers to implement the lobby feature, which is highly appreciated!
One point which I came across several times as moderator of online seminars (with 20-25 students):
Room creation and password creation (and/or enabling lobby function) requires the moderator to be already online in her/his created room before she/he sends out the meeting links/password to the participants to be able to join.
The same is for the lobby function, which has to be turned on manually after the established meeting room.
If the moderator sends out room link with password without being online her/himself any already connected and [in the lobby] “waiting” participant can immediately kick into the meeting once the moderator goes online, because setting room password or lobby function requires manual activation of it (but not preventing kicking in after going online).
Would it be possible to store/save the room name and password in advance in the configuration settings so that a moderator can send out link & password days ahead of a planned meeting without the risk the users kick in before password setting and lobby activation?
(this feature is frequently used with Zoom meetings in our institute at University, where meeting IDs with passwords are distributed few days in advance. Participants can only join the meeting once the moderator opens the meeting for everyone (like the already implemented lobby function), but only after the moderator went online and accepts others joining the meeting.