It would be very useful if, one of the meeting options post meeting/presentation could be to print a list of attendees or view as a report.
Agree with other posters, the ability to download a list of people present in a meeting would be really useful, especially when trying to measure employee engagement
Jassim Al rahma commented
This is important to see the list from Teams with an option to download it as CSV or other formats. It is very difficult to do that only during the meeting and in most of the cases we want to get the report after the meetings
Kathleen Marquez commented
allowing someone other than the presenter download the attendee list would be most useful.
Gavin Bollard commented
We have a lot of meetings and secretaries who swap from one meeting to another (or who could leave the company - as meetings are booked up to 12 months ahead).
To get around this issue, we have a special "Generic" user that that they book meetings in the calendar of. This means that if someone leaves, another person can login as the generic user to take control of their meetings.
Unfortunately it also means that they can't get to the attendees list UNLESS they login as the generic user. Even though they booked the meeting themselves in the Generic users' calendar.
There's a simple fix. Make it so that the meeting attendee reports "self-generate" and email themselves to the meeting organiser automatically. Then they can be retrieved anytime. Even better, store them, as others have suggested, on an accessible portal in the system.
Steve Kurutz commented
While this feature was recently released into Teams (https://support.office.com/en-us/article/download-attendance-reports-in-teams-ae7cf170-530c-47d3-84c1-3aedac74d310), it is inadequate for these reasons:
- Only the organizer can access the attendee list? What? So, when someone's assistant schedules a meeting for them but doesn't attend the meeting, what is the presenter to do?
- The list is only available while the meeting is active and attendees are present. This same information is retained in Teams' admin portal and I can't see why these reports wouldn't simply pull from that data.
Please make this feature useful. We've waited a while to see it appear in Teams, and this release is disappointing, to say the least.
Export to Excel would be my preference.