09-04-2020 11:11 AM
09-04-2020 11:11 AM
I am a teacher and I schedule my lessons on Teams. Today, I encountered a new issue. First, let me clarify that I am logged in with the same account on the app and the browser and I have gone through cleaning my browser history several times. So, here is the problem: I scheduled three new meetings. I am the organizer of all three meetings (same account). I was able to change the Meeting Options of the first meeting, but when I clicked on Meeting Options for the other two and I got a message that reads: Only meeting organizers can make changes
Your account, xxxx, doesn't have permissions to make changes.
I tried accessing the meetings through Teams (app and browser) and through Outlook, but I get the same message. All help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
09-04-2020 12:41 PM
@YesimNuman Hi, I've seen that a couple of times before. Usually you just have to do a manual sign out / sign in from the top right corner (online and desktop) and/or clear the cache as well.
Let me know how it goes.
09-04-2020 01:30 PM
Thanks, @bec064 but I've already done all that multiple times. Still the same. Weird thing is, the email address in the message (Only meeting organizers can make changes. Your account, xxxx, doesn't have permissions to make changes.) is the correct email address. When I open the meeting details, I see the same account as organizer. Not sure what is going on.
09-04-2020 01:39 PM
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09-04-2020 02:08 PM
@Chris Webb No channel. I created them exactly the same way that I created my other meeting today... and the same way I created all my meeetings last week. So frustrating. :(
12-04-2020 03:29 AM
@YesimNuman: Did your problem get resolved?
A colleague had the same issue when she tried to create events through outlook. It looks like it was interfering with the 2 IDs she uses. Then she logged into the account via a private browser and created the event from the calendar. It then allowed her to edit options too.