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Copy "Teams Space" connection details from one meeting to another

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I have found out that if you have a meeting created with Teams in Outlook, and you drag and drop to copy it, you can create a second meeting that uses the same Teams connection details and chat.  This is very useful coordinating different meetings back to back with different audiences but for the same project so you don't have to keep joining and leaving meetings.  So if one closes early or late you don't miss people connecting using the same "Teams space".

 

My question.  Can you configure this in your meetings manually?

 

Can I pull the Teams Space connection information from one meeting already created and copy it and add it to another meeting that's already been created?  Or is drag and drop of a meeting in Outlook calendar the only way to accomplish this?

 

Sidenote:  I already know about using Teams Channels but unless I'm mistaken you can't get your Teams channels to view/represent in the Chat tab of Teams along with other meetings chat sessions.  But if you can do that, I'd like to know that too.

 

Thanks all!!

 

Derek O.

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