Microsoft Teams Calling, Meetings, and Devices at Ignite 2019: that’s a wrap!

Published 11-11-2019 09:35 AM 12.8K Views

Thank you to everyone who joined us last week at Microsoft Ignite 2019 in Orlando and participated in keynotes, breakout sessions, and spent time on the expo floor.  There were many announcements for Microsoft Teams shared across the week.  And for those that were unable to attend in person you can watch the sessions on-demand.  The following is a list of sessions related to Teams meetings, calling, devices, and transition planning.


Microsoft Teams Meetings

Experience new ways of connecting and collaborating through online meeting solutions and devices that enable your organization to meet anywhere, meet with intelligence, and meet with confidence.


Calling in Microsoft Teams

Build your organizations cloud voice strategy to provide every user with the ability to make and receive calls globally.


Microsoft Teams Devices

Teams is modernizing the meeting experience.  Learn what intelligence mean when it comes to meetings and calling, including your devices experiences.


Upgrading from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams

Help your company embrace and adopt this new way of working. With examples from different industry verticals as well as tips and tricks to help you activate teamwork across your organization.


News recap

And if you haven't already heard the news, quickly catch up on all of the announcements made at Ignite 2019.



Some really great sessions there I recommend watching. The Voice Learning path was great!


Here are my 5 biggest Microsoft Teams Takeaways from Microsoft Ignite:

Regular Visitor

It's there any way to get the presentations files?

Occasional Visitor

How can I add a Jabra USB connected speaker to the options for a Teams meeting?


Hi @Mauricio Sougarret.  The Ignite team is currently working to make the presentation files available for download.  Please check the respective session pages later in the week.


@Hoopster - Once you have the device plugged in and recognized by your system, you can click on the gear icon in the meeting pre-join screen.  Here you can select the appropriate audio and video devices, and even make a test call.

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