OneNote Meeting Details (outlook) integration
Currently there is a "Meeting Details" feature in OneNote or "Meeting Notes" feature in outlook. This feature allows you to link a OneNote page to a meeting, it pulls in the meeting details, and using skype it automatically tracks who is in attendance.
Please expand this feature to Teams so that it automatically tracks who is in attendance. It would also be nice to expand upon this feature to have it automatically create pages when a meeting is scheduled for that team.
The auto populate feature between Onenote and Skype was a vary valuable feature and having moved to TEAMS now, is a huge loss.
Leslie Allen commented
This would add so much to Teams. Right now the process of recording names and emails of those in attendance is very tedious involving screen shots or note taking. It also looks like it is not accurate when you go into the Chat in a meeting and see who has joined there can appear to be a lot more participants in the meeting than those who are actually in the meeting and appear when clicking the partcipants tab.
I agree. This is an important feature to have.
S Lawrence commented
If a oneNote meeting notes link button could be added in the MS Teams invitation that would be an easy add in button
Chris Ashe commented
This feature would be super handy. Facilitating a meeting makes it difficult to track attendance. If onenote could capture attendees.
This same integration as used between OneNote, Outlook and SKB would be fantastic. Makes life so much easier and faster. From there on it it easy to add to correct OneNotes or or have it correctly on the Team Onenote.
Please!! thank you. This is urgent.
Being able to take meeting notes directly in OneNote like you can with Outlook would be a great win!
Rob Schmidt commented
With the ability to track who has joined the meeting during SFB meetings, I was able to start taking meeting notes, and quickly glance up at meeting notes top of page to see who's joined the meeting. I also could use this to see if we had a quorum to start the meeting. In addition, after the meeting was over, and I sent out the meeting notes, I could see who should be in To: and cc: (for those not attending). 1 last thing: when reviewing notes later, I could determine who attended that meeting, if decisions were made. A lot of good reasons to add this functionality to Teams.
Add to automatically track who is attending a meeting in my OneNote meeting notes just like Skype for Business did.
Dudi Levy commented
The default notes app (which is the WiKi) is terrible - really bad, like really really bad. Sorry guys...
However, if you can let me choose to use OneNote or even words as the default Meeting notes app this would be amazing - quick win for you and for us.
So Please..... please please please plaese
let us use something else instead of this terrible WiKi app you use in Teams.
BTW - even the old SharePoint Wiki is better...
I don't mind you put your Wiki App as open source and we will fix it - but till than please don't force us to use something so bad - it is very bad PR for you guys...
Tony Avery commented
The main feature I desire is to automatically track who is attending a meeting in my OneNote meeting notes just like Skype for Business did.
Matt Morrell commented
The ability to track who attends a meeting is functionality from Skype for Business that was extremely helpful for meetings across different groups to be able to go back and show who sent representation for a decision. We would love to see this feature integrated into Teams for calls and meetings. If it were possible to capture some data on who arrived late and left early that would be really helpful for tracking decisions. Thanks!
Karine Rivet commented
Additionally, meeting notes should be automatically added to OneNote.
I would like to be able to easily
Take and record meeting notes
Add and allocate actions
Using the previous meeting notes and actions for the next meeting
All within Teams.
Beesy.me does this well but is standalone.
Mike DePouw commented
Scott Francis commented
We want this!