Jan 04 2019 01:23 AM
Jan 04 2019 01:23 AM
I need some help. Today I had a meeting in Teams and now I need to list all the participants.
How can I see who joined? When I click on the meeting in Chat> Recent, I can see that Mister X and 3 others joined the conversation. But who are those 3 others?
I opened One Note Meeting Notes Add-in in Outlook. Now it shows under 'Participants' everyone who received the invitation but not those who really joined.
In Skype I can see participants in Conversation history. How can I do the same in Teams?
Thanks a lot for your input.
Jan 04 2019 01:35 AM - edited Jan 04 2019 01:37 AMSolution
There is currently a Uservoice open for this and many have asked for a confirmed list of attendees for every Teams meeting.
I voted and would recommend you vote too and invite others to get Microsoft's attention. I will also raise it in the next AMA.
For how to access Teams conversation history please see this string
Hope I provided the answer to your questions! If I did, please like and set as the solution. If not, please let me know what else you need! Thanks for raising this to the community!
Jan 04 2019 02:31 AM
Hi @Franka Sander,
You should be able to see who attended a meeting by looking at the ended message for that meeting. If you see too many people listed you will get a +3 which you should be able to hover over and see a tooltip pop-up with a list of the other people.
In the example below I set up a test meeting in a Team with 19 members, as only one colleague joined my test meeting I can see him listed next to me.
Its basic information but it should help if you just want to see who attended a meeting.
Mar 05 2019 01:26 AM
Hi there, thanks for the tip but it only solves the problem for meeting organisers. Non organises also need attendee lists. Hopefully we'll see this soon.
Mar 08 2019 02:48 AM - edited Mar 08 2019 02:49 AM
Interesting, in our tenant people who are non-organisers can still see who attended the meeting even if they didn't attend themselves.
The attendees list did get hidden in the conversation thread, but you just click the show more replies link to expand the thread out.
Hope that helps.
Apr 02 2020 08:28 AM
@Franka Sander I was experiencing the same issue and after several minutes I found the solution.
When you click again on the call (it's shown on the left bar ) then you will see who joined the meeting for example; Paul Brown + 6
close to Paul Brown you will see a very very small arrow, if you click it will disclose the name of the other 6 persons
Apr 02 2020 10:27 AM
While in SfB I've figured out how to get participants after the meeting but in TEAMS - I've learned to be more diligent in taking a snipit of the list once i see a full quorum to the meeting ...until an easy way to pull this post meeting is available anyway
Apr 02 2020 11:05 AM
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Apr 14 2020 11:28 AM - edited Apr 14 2020 11:44 AM
@cindy_d Wrong. This doesn't work. That listing will show you who was INVITED to the meeting. It DOES NOT show you who ACTUALLY attended.
I had a meeting with 638 people invited and the list only showed 250 - and that makes sense since the maximum for Skype and Teams is 250 - at least for my company - not sure if that's a Microsoft limitation or configuration limitation.
I have also tested this with meetings I was invited to and never attended and it will show my name there in the Chat listing but I know I never connected or joined.
Apr 16 2020 02:41 PM
Apr 27 2020 01:19 AM
Will the new solution will have give me information about how much time each participant was in the meeting?
And what is the participant e-mail?