Jan 21 2021 03:37 PM
Jan 21 2021 03:37 PM
I am taking an online course that has weekly Teams meetings. Within the online access portal, tasks and information is listed by week. One of these is a link for the meeting. Teams opens, I see the professor and other students in a separate section under participants. I have tried uninistall/reinstall of Teams as well as the entire Office suite, turned of Defender and firewall, and have used the app as well as the web access. I am able to log into the proper area using my tablet but it is less than adequate for the coding class I am taking. From seeing the other topic on the site I asked if the professor would create new links or send direct invites and he will not. ANY help would be greatly appreciated.
Jan 21 2021 10:44 PM
Jan 22 2021 03:27 AM
@adam deltinger I can only assume I'm in the correct meeting since the other students I messaged could see/hear the professor presenting. I've requested meeting link like you said and will just sit there waiting. Hence, writing this post. Thank you for your question because I realize I have O365 admin account through work and will create a test meeting with myself and update with the results.
Jan 22 2021 03:30 AM
Jan 22 2021 05:46 PM
@adam deltinger So I tried three invites from different people from different organizations and there was no issue. Just to clarify, when joining my class's Team meeting I enter and under participants I am listed under "In this meeting" dropdown while the rest of the class is in "Others from chat". I have a meeting Monday with the professor to try to work this out but I find it weird that I'm the only one running into this issue. Thank you for your time!
Feb 15 2021 06:02 AM
So just to update this issue. I have been able to access our meetings for the last several weeks from my computer. Accessing from tablet provided the same issue, checked with my phone and the same thing, so I attempted my computer and was successful. I am at a loss as to what is happening but at least I'm accessing via my preferred method. Thank you @adam deltinger for your assistance!