How To Take Meeting Minutes In Microsoft Teams
In this video, we're going to take a look at How To Take Meeting Minutes In Microsoft Teams because there are quite a few different, nuanced ways to take notes, depending on how you set up a Microsoft Teams meeting.
The video provides guidance on how to take meeting minutes in Microsoft Teams, addressing various scenarios depending on how the meeting was set up.
The most common way to set up a meeting is through the calendar, where you can add an agenda that others can edit in real-time during the meeting.
In a scheduled meeting, there is a notes section available where everyone can contribute their notes, but external participants may not have access to them.
The video suggests using the chat function to take meeting minutes in a channel meeting, keeping everything in context within the thread of information.
For channel meetings, the options for taking notes are limited to using the meeting chat, OneNote, or a planner set up within the team. OneNote requires setting it up as a tab in the channel for easy access.
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