Jun 01 2020 08:41 AM
Jun 01 2020 08:41 AM
Created a Microsoft Teams meeting from Outlook. When I try to change the meeting options, it says it is an unscheduled meeting, therefore I cannot assigned my presenters.
Anyone else have this problem?
Jun 01 2020 10:39 AM
Yes, one instance. I'm trying to resolve. I guess it makes you feel better ot not be alone, but I don't know. I'll have to attend the meeting and assign presenters once the meeting starts. People have accepted and it appears the invite is good.
Jun 01 2020 11:30 AM
Jun 02 2020 05:51 AM
@Kymbertranai: This has been happening to me about 50% of the time for about a week now.
I think it may have to do with conflicts with other meetings, but I still have to test. Very annoying. As a work around, I need join the meeting ahead of time and "promote" my presenter to the appropriate status.
If anyone finds a fix, please post!
Jun 04 2020 06:51 AM
@PierreAC Yes, same here! It only started about a week ago - I never had any problems before. I thought it was because I was updating my Outlook responses to Not required. I find that if your presenter has not accepted the meeting invite, you cannot add them as your specific presenter on MS Teams. This only started happening to me as well.
I guess for now i'll have to join the meetings and change the roles manually.
Dec 04 2020 01:46 PM
I have the exact same problem. This is very hit or miss. Maybe 50%
Teams Meeting created in outlook. Invitees with both 'distribution lists' and individuals in the 'required'. Send the meeting to invitees. Many invitees accepted, including specifically invited individuals who will be presenters.
REopen meeting. Access meeting options.
Meeting options shows it's an unscheduled meeting. I am unable to 'assign' people in my org to be presenters.
This is a HUGE bug in my book.
May 17 2021 11:32 AM
@Kymbertranai I am also having this issue. Has anyone found a solution or effective workaround?
May 17 2021 11:58 AM
@Audrey_Liddy_SoNM unfortunately not, though it has not happened to me for a while.
I still send my Teams meeting via Outlook, and use distribution lists however before sending the meeting I expand my distribution list to show all of the attendees.
It does take a little bit longer to send the invite due to the large amount of people (I send invites to over 150 people) - but after a bit of waiting it eventually sends out without any issues.