Welcome to our first Teams Tips blog post
We're really excited to launch this series of short, easy to digest, Microsoft Teams tips.
Our aim is to show you how to get the most out of Teams. Each week we'll give details of hints, tips and guidance to help you use Teams more effectively in your schools and workplaces.
Teams Tip #1: Find out who attended your Teams meeting
Many times we've been asked how to track who attended a meeting, what time they joined, left or re-joined.
You can easily do this during the meeting:
Select Show participants, click on the 3 horizontal dots and choose Download attendance list.
Note: only the meeting organiser can download the attendance report, and these reports are only available if your Teams administrator has enabled the feature - let us know if you need help with getting this enabled!
The report will be exported as an Excel spreadsheet and will be saved to your computer's default downloads folder.
It contains information such as full name, user action (e.g.: joined / left) and a timestamp
In our next Teams Tips, we'll show you how to access really useful data about previous meeting attendance, who may have missed a meeting and whether attendees arrived late.
We'll also take a look at data from other activities such as the number of user posts, replies and reactions which can be filtered by individual users.