Mar 12 2021 07:26 AM
Mar 12 2021 07:26 AM
When I click on a Teams invite, it logs in as my husbands account and not mine. I can open my account and start a new meeting, but it always wants me to join an invite as my husbands profile. This can be a problem when we both need to attend different Teams meetings on different devices but at the same time.
Mar 12 2021 02:25 PM
Mar 13 2021 12:56 AM
@ChristianBergstrom I am using a desktop home computer. I am clicking link from MS Outlook meeting invite. Using Google Chrome and MS Edge browsers and it happens in both browsers. I have tried using a laptop but because my husband and I have both used the laptop and the desktop it remembers his profile on both and tries to default to his meetings with his profile. I hope that answers some of your questions.
Mar 13 2021 01:54 AM
Oct 07 2021 04:13 PM
Aug 11 2022 09:58 AM
Has this issue been resolved?
I am having a similar problem. I cannot accept a Teams invite from outside my organization. Though I am using a Windows machine and have an Office 365 account, "Join from browser" defaults me to the Exchange credentials I use on occasion to login to the network of a company I advise. When I try to use my personal email address (to which the Teams invite was sent) to join from browser, Teams says it cannot log me in. I cannot use the Teams app registered to my work email to join an invite sent to my personal email either. I've already tried removing the advisee's info from my browser and from Windows, but it keeps happening. Is there a Windows setting that would correct this?
Aug 11 2022 02:58 PM - edited Aug 12 2022 10:31 AM
I am having very similar issues. The email my client's use is my business address. I received an invite and joined Client's A team as a guest with the business email. However, when different clients invite me to Teams meetings with that same email, it goes through Client A's account including sharing transcripts from meetings about projects that are not Client A's projects! While in Client A's team account, I tried to change account settings and when I click on 'manage account' it sends me to my SON's University MS Exchange account which is completely unrelated and it tells me to 'talk to the administrator' to address log-in issues which they would have no idea how to fix. I have logged into my son's college email with HIS log-in credentials but not with my own emails (personal or work). It is the most insane thing I have ever seen?!! How do I fix this?!! To clarify, I am using Google Browser and I do not use Teams in general- I do technically have access to Teams through my 360 subscription but it is with a personal email address that I don't give to clients. Do I have to create a unique email for every client that wants me to join their Teams setup? @PermanentUsername