Notify Team members in email when a meeting is scheduled in Teams
When scheduling a meeting using Teams that is associated with a specific channel, Team members do not receive an email invitation to the meeting (non-Team members do receive an invitation in email). The meeting does show up on their Outlook calendar, but the system seems to assume that people will accept the meeting from within Teams. This is an impediment to Teams adoption as we evolve our organization from being totally email centric to use the Teams collaboration space.
either notification by email, or a notification in the feed that a meeting has been posted to the chat and/or provisionally added to my calendar from teams.
An email notification is important to ensure people are aware of scheduled meetings.
I must be crazy. I cannot understand why this wouldn't be considered a critical function. Without it, users need to be looking constantly at the calendar in two separate applications to know what's going on. They can't schedule meetings in Outlook because they don't know about meetings that are being scheduled in Teams.
The calendar function, based on my understanding today, is more harmful to Teams and my users than helpful and it needs to be disabled.
Rae Jobst commented
Hi KenS - there is similar suggestion re this here: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/30976006-better-reminders-for-meetings-and-invite-notificat