- Roles in a Teams meeting
- Facilitating Teams meetings
- Prevent videoconference bombing
- Promote an attendee to presenter
- Use Presenter View with PowerPoint
- Mute all in a Teams meeting
- Prevent muted attendees from unmuting
- Reset your Teams audio conferencing PIN
- Use Teams with a speaker phone
Roles in a Teams Session/Meeting
Microsoft Teams offers three roles for online class sessions and meetings.
- The person who created the session/meeting has the Organizer role.
- By default, participants joining a session/meeting have the Presenter role with most of the capabilities of the Organizer. Note that a Presenter cannot remove the Organizer from the session or modify Meeting Options for the session.
- The Attendee role has just enough capabilities to participate in the session/meeting.
If you as instructor or staff meeting leader have the Organizer role, you can change which participants have which role in your session.
See the Microsoft Support "Roles in a Teams meeting" webpage for details on the capabilities of each role.
Please contact the IT Services Help Desk for questions about Microsoft Teams.