Jun 16 2021 08:00 AM
Jun 16 2021 08:00 AM
I created a recurring Teams meeting. I don't recall whether the meeting was created in Outlook or in Teams, however the link for the meeting is on both calendars. The meeting link is also copied and pasted onto an agenda. There are multiple external partners who attend this monthly meeting. This morning there were three separate meetings created from that link. I opened the meeting from my Teams calendar about 15 ahead of schedule and was alone. A few minutes before the start of the meeting I exited and joined the meeting from my Outlook calendar and discovered one of the presenters waiting in that meeting. I then entered the meeting using the link on the agenda and found most of the attendees waiting for me to start the meeting. I have seen similar problems posted here. What is the solution? Why is a meeting link not a meeting link?
Jun 16 2021 10:21 AM
Jun 22 2021 05:46 AM
@ChristianJBergstrom Not sure what you mean by a service error This has happened to me before with a different meeting and a web search shows that others have encountered the same issue. I work for a large state agency. Getting this resolved through a service ticket is not likely to happen soon. I was hoping that someone in the Microsoft community would recognize thae problem and have a solution. Overall Teams has proven to be a challenge to use for meetings involving partners outside the agency.
Jun 22 2021 06:07 AM
Mar 10 2022 12:50 AM
@mgradie I have this problem for every meeting I create in teams and it is driving me nuts because I can't figure out the solution.
Our teams meetings involve people from outside our organization. I can't add them to the relevant team because their organizational settings don't allow that. So I schedule a meeting in teams and add the person in organization who is responsible for creating the meeting invites (in apple calendar) and she copies and adds the link. The link in teams for the meeting leads to a different meeting than if I click the copied and pasted link in the calendar invite. This has been happening since we moved from (our much preferred) Zoom to teams because our meeting participant's organizations don't allow access to zoom. Any solutions gratefully received
May 05 2022 09:15 AM
@Menziemenzietta I am having the same issue. Have you found a solution?
I had been able to create a meeting in Teams (8:45 am-Noon) and then copy and paste the link into different meeting invites so the presenters can join the meeting at their specified time (ie., 9-10a, 10-11a, 11a-Noon).
I did this as recently as March. Now, when I copy the link for the meeting into the presenters invites, it creates a new, separate teams link for each invite.