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    31 comments  ·  Public » Meetings  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Thomas Wagner commented  · 

    Maybe this is new..After having had the same problem I lately noticed that Teams Meetings organized in Outlook will actually show with the meeting title used in Outlook within the Team App later, even if the Exchange Calender is not linked to Teams.
    I think this only works if the "Team Meeting" button is applied AFTER entering the meeting title in Outlook. I.e.: create the meeting details first (title, time, participants etc.pp.) and THEN click the "Teams Meeting" button to create the link.

    For me this works usgin Outlook Office 365 Business (365MSO - 16.0.12730.20188 - 64Bit)

    This does not provide a solution to change the meeting title later though...

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    Thomas Wagner commented  · 

    Absolutely essential!
    Ideally there would be a second permission option allowing users to make changes but requiring owner approval before publishing.
    There should also be an easy way to highlight changes vs. any chosen older version.
    Actually, this is needed accross the entire platform especially for documents.

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    Thomas Wagner commented  · 

    There are no track changes?!? I just start lookin ginto working with Teams, but if I cannot automatically highlight changes made since I last approved or modified a documetn, this is an utterly useless tool! I am not going to read through all Wiki and compare all documents each time just to see what's new!!

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