09-15-2020 10:11 AM
09-15-2020 10:54 AM
Hi @Taen keren The People and Groups still requires you to designate specific people outside of your organization. If you want anyone - internal or external - to be able to use the attendee link then you have to make the meeting Public. Take a look at the middle of this doc: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/MicrosoftTeams/teams-live-events/set-up-for-teams-live-events
09-15-2020 11:30 AM - edited 09-15-2020 11:32 AM
@ThereseSolimeno thx, but not quite following - can you elaborate? - If I want to invite a guest user I can't use the "people & groups" - I need to choose the public in the Original post ? - or am I misunderstanding? - I don't understand the sentence in italic below - what "happens" exactly?
Everyone Users can create live events that everyone, including people outside your organization, can attend. This setting enables the Public permission type in Teams when a user schedules a live event.
Right now when I click the participant link I get this:
you need permission to join this live event. please contact the organizer
09-15-2020 11:42 AM
Hi again @Taen keren
If you know the actual email alias of the person you want to invite, you can use People and Groups and list that alias specifically - for example, John.Smith@cocacola.com. If you don't know the email alias but anyone at the Coca Cola Company can attend, you have to designate the event as Public.
You'd still be sending the attendee link to your distribution list for access to the meeting and they can forward that link to others in their organization if appropriate.
09-15-2020 11:53 AM - edited 09-15-2020 11:54 AM
@ThereseSolimeno - thx - using the People & groups - but facing the
You need permission to join this live event. Please contact the organiser
and in the create live event scheduler
Some attendees won't be able to view the event - try updating your event under Edit Event -> Settings - when doing that - there's "check email" on all the externals
09-15-2020 09:06 PMSolution