Teams users will be notified on Error Message if they can’t join a meeting

The feature will only be available in the new Teams experience.

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To all of the Teams 2.0 users, starting in November, if you can’t join a meeting then you’ll be notified about it through Teams Error Message, according to the latest entry in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap.

There could be multiple reasons why you can’t join a Teams Meeting, even if you have an invite or you are already a part of the organization:

  • Your chat access might be limited by policy.
  • The system could have limitations that are stopping you from accessing a Team Meeting.
  • There could be unexpected errors that are also limiting or stopping your access.

However, whatever the case, users will now be notified about it with an error message, and they will be able to address it with their managers, IT admins, or other parties of the organization.

The feature will be available to everybody, on the Desktop platforms, starting in November, when the rollout is scheduled to take place.

According to Microsoft, this feature will only be available in the new Teams experience.

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