Teams meetings enable interactive, collaborative meetings with people inside and outside your organization. Use Teams meetings for day-to-day activities including recurring project checkpoints, catch-ups with colleagues, conversations with customers, and brainstorming sessions. Companies and schools also use Teams meetings to support remote learning and training with both internal and external audiences.
Invite people from inside or outside the organization (up to 250 participants).
Talk with video and chat, and collaborate in real time.
Designate presenters and attendees and control your more formal meetings and classes.
Catch up on missed meetings with a video recording and searchable transcript.
Join the meeting from any browser or the Teams app on PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android.
Join via phone number using audio conferencing when internet connectivity is poor.
Teams meetings work for you before, during, and after the meeting:
Successful meetings require preparation: sharing agendas and setting context before people gather. Every Teams meeting has its own conversation. Participants can chat with each other and share content prior to the meeting. That conversation and content can be brought directly into the meeting.
After the meeting, all of the meeting’s assets are preserved in the meeting conversation, so participants can review, continue the discussion, and drive the work forward. You can come back to the meeting to find the searchable recording, chat, meeting notes, digital whiteboard, and shared files. Nothing gets lost in the cracks.