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External user experience in Microsoft Teams meeting - 157-page manual

In this blog post, you can find an example of how a remote user(guest) can participate in a Microsoft Teams meeting. Microsoft teams is accessible for: Mac, iOS, Android and Windows devices.

participate through the desktop application as a remote user

Teams allows you to invite people from outside your organization, including those who do not have a Teams-license. All that is required to join a Teams-meeting is an e-mail address. Below is a snapshot of what an end user will see in their inbox once a Teams-meeting invitation has been sent.

Accepting the meeting can be done by pressing accept . (2)

Join Online Now will get you into the meeting. (3)

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The user is then given 2 options:
Download the Microsoft Teams App (A) OR
Use the web application (B)

Here you can choose which is most convenient for you

Select Allow to use your microphone (5,6)

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Choose a name before participating in the meeting. (7)

If you want to end the meeting press your leave. (8)

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Check out Microsoft's complete virtual events playbook below! (157 pages!)

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Is your organization already technically set up?

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