Apr 15 2020 02:56 PM
Apr 15 2020 02:56 PM
Using the Teams Calendar function: Before a meeting is started, there is a need to add invitees to an existing meeting. Is there way to add the invitee so only the new invitee receives the invitation. Currently, when this function is attempted, all of the invites receive the meeting invitation. If you use Outlook Calendar, it gives you the option to update only the new invitees or all invitees.
I would appreciate any assistance you can provide.
Apr 15 2020 07:46 PMSolution
Apr 16 2020 06:05 AM
Thanks @Satish2805 . I figured that was the only option.
Jun 23 2020 01:37 AM
Go to your Outlook Calendar; right-click on the event and select 'Forward' from the drop-down menu. That will invite new attendees without re-sending to all.
Jul 07 2020 01:18 AM
how to solve in microsoft teams meeting that not all attendees receive again the invite if you add a few new attendees?
May 05 2021 12:09 AM
@ChuckB23 , perfect question and answer. Many thanks!
May 06 2021 12:15 PM
@KamillaE It looks like the problem with just forwarding the meeting is that it adds them as an Optional participant. I didn't see an option to make them required...at least that was from Outlook on the Web.
Jan 13 2022 04:35 PM
Jan 13 2022 09:21 PM
Jan 14 2022 01:04 AM
@AnqB0VVRJMzsO6zV I should not be able to add participants to the meeting without inviting everybody else again? I don't think it should work like that.
" I think attendee should know who will be there"
In some cases yes, in large events it is not very important.
Jan 14 2022 06:15 PM
Jul 19 2022 12:38 PM
True - insane. Also horrible design and execution. Must have been designed by people who never schedule meetings. Software this sophisticated shouldn't have "work arounds" for essential features.
Not asking for much, microsoft. If one schedules a recurring meeting in the calendar, they NEED the ability to edit the subsequent meetings, from within the calendar:
1. Edit participant list. Add participants-without bugging previous people.
2. Delete participants who no longer are in the group
3. CHANGE the AGENDA! in the notes - Then save without SENDING to everyone
Now, it appears that I have to cancel the recurring meeting - and confuse everyone, to update essential info, and not use the recurring meeting 'feature' .
Sep 07 2022 11:15 AM
Sep 14 2022 09:34 PM
Sep 15 2022 12:03 AM
@TrishS66 if the meeting is still to come, you can add a new to be invited person in outlook (either in required of optional). After that you simple opt for only attendees to get the information that are added new (question comes automatically if you resend).
Sep 15 2022 03:38 AM
NO, if the meeting is held in a channel of a team in Teams then this is NOT possible
another flaw in Microsoft Teams, i am happy to be proven wrong if you can show me screenshots