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🔠 How can you send out invitations in multiple languages in Microsoft Teams ?

Multilingual meeting invitation management from Teams allows administrators to display participation information in meeting invitations in up to two languages across all email platforms.

This feature allows you to customize meeting invitations with the languages users are most familiar with.

Administrators can apply a new policy in their management portal by enabling the MeetingInviteLanguages parameter in the CsTeamsMeetingPolicy at the user or group level, or for the entire organization. (global)

Source: What's New in Microsoft Teams | June 2022 - Microsoft Tech Community

Install Microsoft's PowerShell module Teams

Enter the following line PowerShell out:

Install-Module MicrosoftTeams

Update the Microsoft Teams Module via PowerShell

Update-Module MicrosoftTeams

Connecting to PowerShell

Import-Module MicrosoftTeams
Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted

Enter a username and password of your Global Administrator or Microsoft Teams administrator.

Microsoft Teams Activate MeetingInviteLanguages with PowerShell

It is possible to customize the MeetingInviteLanguages parameter in the CsTeamsMeetingPolicy for the entire organization or for one specific user.

Connect to PowerShell through these 3 lines:

Import-Module MicrosoftTeams 
Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted

Apply a policy for the entire organization

Next, add a language to the CsTeamsMeetingPolicy.

Set-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy -Identity Global -MeetingInviteLanguages "en-US,fr-FR"

It may take several hours before the policy will become active.

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