Microsoft Teams users can now transfer meetings between devices – Office...

In August, Microsoft ad that a new feature was coming to Microsoft Teams and that it involved active meetings. Now Microsoft Teams users can transfer meetings between devices. The feature began rolling out last week and is now available to all Microsoft Teams users, according to the Microsoft 365 roadmap.

Those in Redmond say that Microsoft Teams users must sign in with the same account to transfer a meeting between a mobile device and a computer. Additionally, the update also provides the ability for meeting attendees to add another device as a supplement to the current meeting.

Microsoft Teams already allows its users to transfer meetings between devices

To use this feature, we must have the Microsoft Teams application installed on both devices. Here’s how you can transfer a meeting from one device to another or add a companion device.

Microsoft Teams users can now transfer meetings between devices

  1. First, we must open Microsoft Teams either in the mobile application or in the desktop application on the second device.
  2. Now we will see a banner that informs us that the meeting is in progress and that we can join or transfer the meeting to the second device. We must click on “join”.
  3. Finally, we must choose “Add this device” or “Transfer to this device” depending on what we want to do.
  4. Once done, the meeting should appear on the second device.

Although this new function is quite interesting and useful (in addition to being highly anticipated by users), at the moment it has some limited functionality. Some users have reported that the Teams app does not maintain muted state when transferring between devices, for example.

We continue to see how Microsoft is clear that it must take care of and pamper its collaboration application with the times that are coming our way. Since the lockdown began back in March, there has been no week (I would dare say an interval of days, actually) in which we have not had a new role in Microsoft Teams or some kind of update.

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