See a list of users that are enabled for Audio Conferencing

After you have enabled Skype for Business or Microsoft Teams users in your organization for Audio Conferencing, you can view the list of those users who have been enabled. When you look at the list, you will also see for each user in the list the type of audio conferencing provider that they are using, the default dial-in phone number for the user, and if you organization isn't enabled for dynamic conference IDs, the static conference IDs for audio conferencing meetings that they organize.

Viewing a list of users

teams-logo-30x30.png Using the Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business Admin Center

  • In the left navigation, click Users.

sfb-logo-30x30.png Using the Skype for Business admin center

  • In the left navigation, go to Audio conferencing > Users.


We are frequently updating how you can manage features found in Microsoft Teams. Steps might be a little different.

What else should I know?

  • When you view the list of users that are enabled, you can select a user from the list and use the Action pane to edit the audio conferencing settings for that user.

  • When you select a single user that is configured to use Microsoft as the audio conferencing provider, you can view the default phone number and whether your organization is enabled for dynamic conference IDs, and you can reset the conference ID for meetings that the user organizes.

  • When you select a single user who is configured to use a third-party audio conferencing provider, you can view the name of the audio conferencing provider, the toll phone number, and the toll-free phone number (if they are set up).

  • You can use the filter options to show users that have:

    • Audio conferencing on

    • Audio conferencing off

    • Conferencing provider - Microsoft

    • Conferencing provider - others

  • You can use the search button to search for an individual user in the list.

  • You can select more than one user and do the following:

    • Select a different default number for these users.

    • Turn off audio conferencing for the user by changing the provider to None.

    • Switch to Microsoft as the audio conferencing provider if the user has been assigned an Audio Conferencing license.

    • Allow/disallow anonymous users to activate the selected users' phone meetings.

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