Overview There are a few different ways to join a meeting in Teams. How you join depends on who created the meeting, where it is taking place, whether or not you have a Teams account, and how you received the meeting details. To join a meeting in Teams that is scheduled in your calendar, click
Overview Meeting participants can turn on live captions in Teams to make the meeting more inclusive for them. Live captions can help if they are deaf, hard of hearing, have a language barrier, or are participating in a place that is hard for them to hear the other participants. Live captions show onscreen captions for
End a Meeting for Everyone in Teams: Overview You can easily end a meeting for everyone in Teams. If you are the meeting organizer, you can end a Teams meeting for all participants. Some teachers find this helpful to make sure students aren’t lingering in virtual classrooms after the teacher has left to supervise.
Record a Meeting in Teams: Overview If you have the proper Microsoft 365 subscription and your Admin has enabled recording for your team, then you can record a meeting in Teams to capture audio, video, and screen sharing. People from another organization or company, guest users, and anonymous users cannot record meetings or calls.
Plan a Meeting in Outlook: Overview You can plan a meeting in Outlook by sending invitations to attendees. These are called “Meeting Request” items. The recipients of your meeting request receive an email message in which they must click a button to show if they are attending. The response they send is then recorded
Create a Meeting in Outlook on the Web: Overview You can create a meeting in Outlook on the Web within the Calendar App. A meeting is simply an appointment that other people are invited to attend. You can create a meeting in Outlook on the Web and invite attendees by sending them a meeting