Sep 23 2021 02:06 AM
Sep 23 2021 03:21 AM - edited Sep 23 2021 03:24 AM
Hi, sounds like you're using Teams free org. When you the very first time invite someone to a team, in the very first add member box, you get the option to add as Member or Guest (in a dropdown) and then the invite goes to the person who needs to accept it. If you select Guest you can change that to Member by going to https://portal.azure.com and the User blade. But from my experience you should just delete that account in Azure (and from the bin in Azure) and re-invite again instead, and this time as Member. The alternative being waiting for the change of User type in Azure to take effect (you'll most likely see some error messages before things have synchronized).
Sep 23 2021 04:45 AM - edited Sep 23 2021 04:55 AM
No I don't get that option, I have:
* Auntie [owner/member]
* Wife [guest]
LOL. It's funny when someone says go to azure portal - I don't use Azure, I'm not a system admin, or cloud developer, nothing like that. I'm just someone trying to setup Teams for group chat, so that I don't have to use zoom. Because AFAIK Microsoft have stated that Teams has replaced Skype. But it looks like it's not ready for consumer use yet.
Regarding the 'user blade' ... I assume you mean User | All Users (Preview) / Default Directory - Azure Active Directory. I'm the only user. And I would not expect my Auntie or Wife to be there, unless Azure is used under the hood for Teams and it was picking up the fact that I'd added them in a Team. Maybe that's what you're getting at? And they will eventually show up there?
PS. I incorrectly stated in the OP that my Aunties options were guest / member.
Sep 23 2021 05:21 AM