Can't edit a Teams meeting in the future (single occurrence)
I am using Teams app on a Mac to manage a recurring fortnightly meeting. The next one is on 2nd March and I need to make an edit just to that occurrence.
I can't get to that meeting because the calendar navigator doesn't go further than Monday 26th Feb. I can't make the edit in Calendar (Outlook) as I created the meeting in Teams and the edit option doesn't show up in Outlook Calendar.
Any ideas? I'm a little stuck now.
S. Wong commented
I was trying to figure it out and successfully changed a single occurrence within the series. You'd go to the calendar that is in MS Teams for the meeting that you're changing and click "Edit" to the day/time you'd like then click "Update" before you close the invite.
Jonathon Robert commented
I am having the same problem. Used to be that in Outlook I could just change a single occurrence. Since I created the meeting through teams, it associates the meeting with that Team rather than me, even though I created it. I just want to change one meeting in a series of recurring meetings while keeping the rest in tact and keeping it in that channel.
Nice to see MS support is monitoring and replying to issues. That was sarcasim MS.
Having a similar problem. I created a recurring meeting in Teams. Our company does not allow us to book rooms for recurring meetings, thus I have to edit each occurrence to request a room. I cannot edit any of the recurring meetings beyond two weeks in Teams. I went to Outlook and tried the same but learned I cannot edit Teams meeting within Outlook.
Naomi Souza commented
Anyone have a solution to this problem yet? I've also created a recurring meeting from within Teams and I need to edit an occurrence that occurs more than a month in the future. How do I edit this?
From within Teams desktop, we cannot access meetings that occur more than a week in the future. What's the solution?