Microsoft Teams is a popular video conferencing platform that allows users to connect with others remotely. One of the features of Microsoft Teams is the ability to extend meeting time during a meeting. This can be useful if you need more time to discuss important topics or if you want to continue the conversation after the scheduled end time.
Step 1: Start a Meeting
To extend meeting time, you first need to start a meeting in Microsoft Teams. You can do this by clicking on the “Meet now” button or scheduling a meeting in advance. Once the meeting has started, you will see a toolbar at the bottom of your screen with various options.
Step 2: Extend Meeting Time
To extend meeting time, click on the “More actions” button (three dots) in the toolbar and select “Meeting options”. From there, you will see an option to “Extend meeting by [number] minutes”. Click on this option and enter the number of minutes you want to add to the meeting. Once you have entered the desired time, click on “Save” to extend the meeting.
Step 3: Notify Participants
After extending the meeting time, it’s important to notify your participants that the meeting has been extended. You can do this by clicking on the “More actions” button again and selecting “Notify everyone”. This will send a notification to all participants that the meeting has been extended.
Extending meeting time in Microsoft Teams is a simple process that can be done during a meeting. By following these steps, you can ensure that your meeting runs smoothly and that everyone is aware of any changes to the schedule. Remember to always communicate with your participants to avoid confusion and keep the conversation flowing.