Hi @jill_2020

It's a work around - but after you have set up the initial Teams meeting in Outlook (with a single attendee), copy and paste the meeting details and set up subsequent meetings for other attendees with the same meeting details that you copied - that will mean each user cannot see the email address of the other person.

There are uservoices open to hide email addresses of invitees to Teams meetings


And to hide full names of participants


Would recommend you vote to push them up the agenda. This is something I'd like to see as I teach classes in Teams

Best, Chris

Best, Chris