07-13-2018 08:20 AM
07-13-2018 08:20 AM
Is there a way to update who the Teams Meeting Organizer is? I am setting up meetings on my Team's calendar, but will be departing from my organization soon and would like to assign someone else as the organizer.
What will happen to the meetings if I leave the Team channel and I'm still the organizer?
07-13-2018 09:47 AM
Its the same as doing it in outlook, when you leave someone should create new meetings, theres no concept of transferring ownership.
10-31-2019 03:45 PM
04-10-2020 03:23 AM
im interested as well
My assistant need to create meetings for some people of my organization, but Teams need the participation of the organizer (my assistant).
How can we avoid that? I did create a policy as you explained, but organizer is still needed to accept people...
Is there something to do after created the policy?
Thanks for you help and sorry for my english
04-13-2020 03:50 PM
Sorry for the delay in response, been busy with my companies global Teams rollout.
Since the meeting is actually managed in Exchange, I would suggest talking to your Exchange folks. I am not one of those super cool Exchange folks, so I cannot tell you the answer to that request.
04-13-2020 03:54 PM
In Teams Admin Center, under Meetings->Meeting policies->Global, if you have "Automatically admit people" set to Everyone, then the first person who "Join Teams meeting" should actually start the meeting.
You can check out MS's docs for more info:
04-13-2020 07:38 PM
@christophercullum Also I have been caught by this: If the organizer is away and does not have online access and tries to dial in on a telephone to start the meeting, the organizer will need his/her numeric PIN number. So I have been putting my PIN number on all my invitations since I know the people and want them to be able to start the meeting if I am delayed or can not make it. This would probably make the security experts cringe, but it enables the meeting to be able to happen without its organizer.
04-14-2020 12:04 PM
Hi @DanHeaton , are the other members of your meeting in your Tenant? If so, and the organizers meeting policy is set to
then anyone joining the meeting using a Teams client can start the meeting. That would allow the meeting participants to have a meeting and stop your security folks from having a mild Myocardial infarction.
04-14-2020 02:16 PM
@christophercullum I will have to research what 'tenant' means... I am not a teams admin, I just try to use the stuff... No, I was on a military base, and I think others were just trying to dial in. And yes I set automatically admit people to everyone. I would love to be able to use Teams or Skype for Business with screensharing, with government clients, in these Covid times its a must. But most government people can not figure it out, even from their homes. Teams seems to work better inside companies, consultants works some but not great, government (clients) forget about it.... help? or sympathy?
04-15-2020 09:12 AM
Hi@DanHeaton , I understand your situation. I was a federal contractor for years, so I know how difficult it can be to use software that is not already widely used in the organization.
A Tenant is the organization that gets the bill from Microsoft, i.e. defence.gov would be for the Department of Defense.
Teams is more than just web meetings. It is a collaboration platform that allows for the ability to communicate, coauthor files, surface line of business data, and have web meetings. So, it can be overwhelming at first for new users who have not had training.
Teams can be used by people within a Tenant, but people outside of that Tenant can be invited to use Teams as well. Microsoft has a government infrastructure that most federal agencies must use when using Microsoft in the cloud. How outside guests are handled in that infrastructure may be different than non government infrastructure.
As far as learning a bit how to use Teams, you may want to check out "Coffee in the Cloud". Kaurana Gatimu knows her stuff.