05-11-2020 08:14 AM
05-11-2020 08:14 AM
is it possible to change the Event reminder default time from 15 minutes when creating meetings through the teams Calendar? I changed my Outlook calendar reminders to 30 minutes years ago, so Teams apparently does not use the Outlook calendar's reminder time. I also checked Office 365 settings just in case, but didn't see the option there.
05-11-2020 01:08 PM
05-11-2020 01:20 PM
@MaryM2019 Hello Mary, in addition to the above reply it's 'work in progress' as per the following UserVoice request. Go there and vote on it to keep you updated (you will be notified when the status changes).
07-02-2020 08:18 AM
@Mitchell BakkerWhat I need is to change the 15minute reminder to 5minutes when scheduling MS Teams meetings via the MS Team App.
Is this possible?
07-02-2020 09:31 AM
@Christo_Wentzel Hello Christo, this is coming.
"Work on meeting reminder for Teams meetings is in progress."
Vote on the UserVoice request to stay updated when status changes.
07-15-2020 06:30 AM
08-27-2020 02:50 PM
What I think is being missed is the fact that Outlook preferences (where you can pick a standard reminder time) is not currently used by Teams. I get no reminders for meetings scheduled as a teams meeting (from the Outlook Teams Meeting hyper link or from within the Teams desktop app either.
12-11-2020 12:41 PM - edited 12-11-2020 12:45 PM
@bec064et al, I should like be able to change the default reminder time from 15 min to another time for when setting up a Teams meeting. In Outlook it is possible to customise the default. I haven't found it in Teams settings.
The link to the UserVoice given leads to a slightly different question, I think. And nothing has happened there for two years, even though something has been added to the to-do list.
12-11-2020 01:27 PM - edited 12-11-2020 01:35 PM
Hi, I believe that will be the case. The admin did reply with ”working on it” at least. Usually they merge similar UVs and when they implement reminders the default time will probably come along. As for now use the Outlook client for more granular settings.