My team is an early adopter of Office 365 tools in our organisation. We're trying to use Teams to arrange one of our regular meetings (understanding Teams is road mapped to ultimately replace Skype for Business ...)
Below is a screenshot of a test meeting: although I can see the accepted/tentative/declined status, these users also added some "why I cannot make the meeting" text to their response. Where can I see these responses?
Afaik you should be able to see this in your calendar! The meeting tab is being replaced by the calendar tab which will be a much better experience with much more functionality in teams regarding meetings/ the calendar
If this was created by you it should be in your calendar with the responses since Exchange handles the invites, if it's a channel meeting where you picked a channel thou, then the original might be in the Group calendar for the Team. The issue thou, is these are hidden by default and you would have to undo this via powershell so you can see the group and get to the calendar.
Can anyone think of a reason(s) why I wouldn't be able to see whether a guest user that's responded to an invitation by clicking on accept or tentative or decline in an email, doesn't show as accepted or declined when I click on the scheduled meeting in my Teams calendar? The invited guest user shows to the right in the window, much like the pic in the original post of this thread. Unknown is the only word showing beneath the guest user rather than accepted or declined.