Allow Creator of meeting to edit their meetings in the Meeting view
This issue is present in Forums since AT LEAST TWO YEARS!!
Also wrong choices of the channel happen very quickly. There's no warning that the channel can't be edited a posteriori when creating a meeting. So you have to delete the meeting, create a new one in the correct channel..
This generates useless e-mail traffic. Very annoying for the users.
Microsoft, when do you allow users to move a meeting to a different channel?
Gary Bowering commented
This one needs to be escalated - as we're all working from home and using Teams more, being able to re-schedule a single meeting when there's a clash (without changing all in the series) is important.
I need to move a meeting to a Team channel. The meeting was scheduled prior to the Team being created. This is a client meeting so would rather keep the change transparent to the client and move the meeting rather than having to cancel the original and create a new.
[Deleted User] commented
Update the meeting Channel would really help , I have scheduled a meeting hoping whole team would join , now I need to update it for specific set of people . I have a created a new channel for this subset , but not able to update the meeting.
I'm seeing these show up in Outlook as scheduled (Organized) by the Team. Typically, if I'm an owner of a Team, I can make any modification I like to the Team, except for this area.
Please correct this behavior, or allow Team Owners to modify meetings, specifically reoccurring meetings.
Hans E commented
The way to edit a meeting series where it is a Teams meeting, is not through Outlook (won't work because Teams is the "owner/originator" of the meeting), is through Teams. But you have to be sure you view and then edit the series or it won't work.
Having the same issue - have scheduled a year's worth of meetings in Teams for the last Thursday in every month, but one of them has landed right in the Christmas period when we're closed and I'd like to bring that meeting forward one week. I can move it in Outlook but nobody else will see that change. I need to be able to review the meeting schedule and edit a single occurrence. Right now it seems all my future meetings have gone in to a black hole only to be seen when I'm 14 days away from the meeting time.
Kevin Casarez commented
I'm experiencing the same issue that I'm seeing multiple reports of: When I try to save changes made to edited meetings through Teams, the "Update" button does nothing. Ultimately any changes have to be lost. Having to cancel and recreate the meeting should not be the long-term solution.
Michael Santy commented
I think it is absolutely ridiculous that you can't even view meetings in the future. It's like a black hole. Put meetings in and wait till you are within range to be able to edit. I thought Microsoft was smarter. This is a bug. Teams is definitely not ready for prime time and they made everybody switch from Skype for Business. I'm a very disappointed customer. This should be considered a bug, not a feature update. It's been going on for almost 2 years now. It seems illogical to me that this hasn't been addressed in a timely manner. I will definitely tell my users not to put meetings in Teams going forward until this issue is resolved. It is better to stay in Outlook for now.
I created a recurring meeting from within Teams but now I can't cancel or modify it. I am the organizer but if I click on the meeting or "view series" there is no where for me to cancel or modify it.
How do I schedule a bi-weekly meeting in Microsoft Teams? I can do it in Outlook but can't seem to do it in teams??
Ted Moyer commented
I was able to book a meeting and edit the details twice and all is saving directly from MS Teams for Android. My issue is you should also be able to all future meetings in the meeting tab not just the current week.
Tried to edit a meeting in MSTeams and cannot view or edit future meetings past Feb 4. What is the about?
I agree that seeing the next month's worth of meetings would be good. Also I need to be able to amend my Director's meetings (I'm a PA), but even if I am made an owner, I still can't edit the meetings he has created.
J Childs commented
I frequently use a meeting placeholder to record the agenda for my departmental meetings. I was surprised to see that I couldn't modify this entry from Teams when it was initiated in Outlook. It had to be done this way because I was also surprised to see that I cannot set an appointment through the teams interface, I had to include additional attendees. Both of these items, with the ability to modify them from Outlook, and modify meetings/appointments created in Outlook would make this channel much more functional.
Just go to Conversions history and you will see the meeting you setup in future and you have the option these to edit/delete the meeting
Agreed - I've scheduled a meeting in teams for a week ahead but can't get to the meeting to add attendees or amend agenda.
Similarly I'd like more synergy between Outlook Meetings and Teams Meetings - why can't I update Teams meetings from Outlook and vice-versa. They must use same underlying calendar functions
Matt Shafer commented
This seems like a bug. There is an option to edit a teams meeting but when you attempt to do so, you can't save the edits. This is basic functionality. and yes I've checked and I'm on the most recent code.
Has there been any development on this case? I am facing the same issue where I cannot edit the recurrence details of my MS Teams meetings when the date has passed. In Outlook Calendar this is greyed out-its a big oversight if you ask me and needs to be resolved. Plus we must be able to have a complete view of meetings for atleast a year, not only a week!
I cant see meetings more thant 4 days ahead. I need to see all my meetings so that I can cancel, rebook and so on meeting that are further ahead than 4 days.