Meetings in Teams include audio, video, and screen sharing. They’re one of the key ways to collaborate in Teams.
Joining a Meeting in Teams
Teams meetings are best when you join them from the Teams app or Teams on the web, and there’s a bunch of ways to do that. If you can’t use the app or the web, some meetings let you call in using a phone number. Find out more about joining Teams meetings.
Using video in Teams
There are a lot of ways to customize your video experience and the video you share with others when you join a Teams meeting or call. Read more about using video in Teams including how to turn it on and off during meetings.
Play and share meeting recordings in Teams
You can record meetings in Teams with the recording available as soon as the meeting ends.
Changing your background in Teams
If you want to change what appears behind you when you are in a video meeting or call, you can either blur your background or completely replace it with an image. Choose from a range of Argyll and Bute backgrounds.
Scheduling a meeting in Teams
Within your Microsoft Team calendar, you can schedule and invite attendees to a Microsoft Teams meeting. This will automatically add to your Microsoft calendar.
Scheduling a Teams Meeting within Outlook
Find out how to schedule a Microsoft Teams meeting within your Outlook Calendar.
Using the whiteboard in your Teams meetings
During a Teams meeting, all participants can access a whiteboard to collaborate together on a shared digital canvas.
Taking quick polls during a Microsoft Teams meeting or chat
Live polls are a great way gauging reactions, preferences, and answers during a meeting without having to stop for everyone to have their say