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    19 comments  ·  Public » Meetings  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Nat commented  · 

    I can't emphasize enough how key this feature is for any organization. For every invitee to receive an email or notification for a meeting they've already accepted (and perhaps even if they've declined) is disruptive and annoying and is likely to drive users away from the Teams platform when both Microsoft and the organization should be doing whatever is necessary to make users embrace the platform and adopt it with open arms. Make it less annoying at every opportunity.

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    Nat commented  · 

    The Contact Groups in Teams do NOT work as everyone in this thread is wanting them to work, at least not in the government tenant as of today's date. I went through the trouble of creating a Contact Group so I could (I hoped) add the entire Group as optional invitees to a Teams meeting. Nope, doesn't work: typing the name of the Contact Group in the Optional [attendees] field in the meeting scheduler interface produces nothing; it's like the object you just created (the group) is invisible, non-existent. I had to approach it all from the Outlook side: create a new Contact Group in Outlook, then start a New Teams Meeting, address it to the Office 365 Group that matches the Team name so that it would appear on the calendars of all Team members, then also address it to the new Outlook Contact Group I had created. We shouldn't have to switch apps/platforms to have this functionality for Teams meetings. The Contacts feature of Teams needs a lot more development.

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