Didn`t see a meeting

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Hello guys, 

I have a little problem from time to time.

The problem is that sometimes I just can`t find a meeting and don`t receive any notifications about starting a meeting. Is it a bug or smt or I`m just a bit inattentive? 

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Hello, I think you're talking about channel meetings and you're probably not a subscriber of that group calendar. You can open up the group settings within Outlook (to the left in the navigation field). If you can't see it there you can also go from Teams (select Open in SharePoint) and browse to "conversations" and then edit the group settings notifications.

 

Btw, you can always see them in the associated channel conversation under the "Posts" tab.