Meetings in Microsoft Teams

In this training, we introduce meetings in Microsoft Teams. We’ll cover the capabilities of meetings in Teams in addition to requirements and planning considerations for Teams.

Note

This tutorial includes a lot of links to existing content; this way, we can be sure that you always have the latest, most up-to-date information. For an optimal learning experience, be sure to follow the links and absorb the content. Only if a link is labeled as “additional information” should it be considered optional.

This training is for you if you’re:

  • An IT pro.
  • Responsible for planning, deploying, or managing Teams.
  • Interested in meetings in Teams

We’ll cover the following sections:

  • Meetings and meeting types in Teams
  • Requirements for meetings
  • Reporting

The following information is out of scope:

  • Meetings can include a feature where participants are able to join meetings from a regular phone line. This feature, called Audio Conferencing, is out of scope for the training.

Note

Microsoft Teams is evolving on a regular basis—new features and functionality are added frequently. Please monitor the following resources to stay up-to-date:

If you have any questions or feedback about this training, please:

  • Post in the comments section at the bottom of the “Next steps” page of this tutorial.
  • Email us at AskTeams@microsoft.com.

To give us product feedback about Teams, such as ideas for new features, please visit UserVoice.