View or export a list of users who attended a meeting
Currently, there is no method of viewing a list of meeting attendees after a meeting has ended.
Meeting organizers should be able to view or export a list of attendees, including enter and exit times, duration, etc.
Thank you for the feedback and waiting for this feature with patience. We have enabled download of a meeting attendance list during a meeting. This is released for general availability. Please note this feature is turned off by default, and needs to be enabled via admin policy.
See documentation for this feature here:
Note: We are continuing to work on enabling download after a meeting has concluded, as well.
Why the functionality is limited to the organizer. That could be for a teacher, but in a company it makes no sense. In my case, my boss created a meeting and asked me to track the attendance. So I cannot use this option and we are talking of meetings where 50 to 100 people join.
Maybe this should be open to all attendees. If necessary the admin should be able to limit in each particular company / site
Carmen Harder commented
I have discovered that this feature only works when you invite people via link. If they were invited to the meeting, I just get a blank report. Just because they were invited doesn't mean they actually came. I'd love if this feature would include the coming and going stats for ALL meetings, not just shared link meetings.
There's not even any way to see who attended by who came and went from the meeting because only those who did not join using the invitation were noted that they joined or left. I didn't know this until after the meeting was over!
My good news is we now have the attendee download button after running the Powershell script. Wohoo!
The bad news is the file created (in downloads folder) only has column headings. There are no users.
Is there an additional setup required to have the user names filled in?
I think this is a critical feature for our administrators / PAs to be able to manage and evaluate mid-sized events.
We must have this feature ASAP! We are 22 minutes into a call and still taking role. UGH
Format of the date time cell:
I guess you have chosen to display date/time in the format that is most useful for the most users. Makes sense.
I need to also look at duration -- so need to translate the label DATE TIME into a number that I can calculate from.
If there are enough folks with that same need, you might consider exporting date/time into two cells - once as label and [once] as number? Otherwise we all need to learn how to do the manipulation in excel...
Thanks for getting this far!!
Thanks for this. Can additional fields be added: Company or affiliation and email address.
John Calder commented
With the increased use of Teams by educators during COVID-19, the need for this should be obvious and escalated.
Could you state what is expected in the V2 of this attendance feature?
Some asks from my customers on this -
1. Ability to download the attendance after the meeting? I understand is coming.
2. Ability to get the Email Address of the participants?
3. Ability to differentiate whether the participant is Guest or Internal Employee?
4. User Agent - Where has the participant joined from?
Bob S commented
Unfortunately the reply here doesn't specifically state how admins can turn this on:
PowerShell -> Connect to SfB online -> Set-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity Tag:CustomPolicyName -AllowEngagementReport Enabled
Give it 15 minutes or so and the download arrow should appear whilst in a meeting. Hitting download should spit out a meetingAttendanceList.csv file to your Downloads folder, which shows time joined/left timestamps of attendees.
Nacho Del Río commented
We are considering to use Team Meetings for training virtual courses but for that we need 2 features:
#1 Attendance availability after the meeting by any of the attendees, not only the organizer
#2 Inclusion of email data in the report
In spanish, translation of "left" should be "Abandonó" ;D
Thank you for your work!
Elaine Lafontaine commented
"Left" in French should be "quitté" or "a quitté", not "Gauche".
Abdulaziz Almasri commented
can you add another report wich summarize this report to group the names and the report will be like meeting name, email, name , total joined ,total left
Abdulaziz Almasri commented
left in this case in Arabic should be غادر not يسار
Rachel Lien commented
Is this feature available for customers with a Microsoft government license of 365? (GCC)
Or is it only being developed for commercial customers?
What is the exact process to enable this feature either via O365 or Powershell?? Someone please...
Laura Giordano commented
With today's work from home requirements due to the global pandemic the use of Teams is integral to our corporate business continuity. Having an easy traceable attendee list available after the call is over by all attendees is essential. One person may set up a meeting but another may lead the meeting and another may take the minutes. Or someone may have presented and another person wants to ask them a question later and wants to go back and find their name. There are so many reasons this is important. Microsoft - Please make this a priority to add as a feature to the program.
How do I turn on the option?
" needs to be enabled via admin policy."
Svetlana Bondarenko commented
Can someone assist me on how to send a microsoft teams meeting through channel?
I've google and youtube and for some reason sending a new meeting through channel isn't sending out invitation to the members. The only person who receives an email is the meeting organizer, not the other members of the team. At least this is how it works for us.
Alexander Deichman commented
In the current format, the attendance list is probably badly translated:
NAME Rejoint avant 5/20/2020, 8:16:57 AM
NAME Gauche 5/20/2020, 9:05:41 AM
NAME Rejoint 5/20/2020, 9:05:47 AM
NAME Gauche 5/20/2020, 9:19:15 AM
What does it even mean "Gauche" ??? Do you mean "Left" as in "exit" the meating? or "Left" as in "on my left" ?
Moreover, Teams does not indicate (anything) that the file was downloaded or that it even worked.