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Meeting notes are a great place to capture and share notes before, during, and after a Teams meeting.
A few things to keep in mind:
To take notes before a meeting, go to Calendar , select the meeting, and then Chat with participants. Select the Meeting Notes tab, then Start taking meeting notes.
Add the agenda or other important discussion points. @mention people to get their attention or assign action items.
Note: Pre-meeting notes are currently only available for meetings that don’t take place in a channel. If you click Chat with participants in a meeting that takes place in a channel, you’ll be taken to that channel.
Once you’re in the meeting, go to More actions in your meeting controls, then choose Meeting notes .
If you haven’t taken any notes yet, select Take notes. Otherwise, start typing your notes. Use the controls at the top of the panel to format the text. To add a new note, select Add a new section here. Use @mentions to draw someone’s attention to a specific note or assign an action item.
In a recurring meeting, the notes persist from meeting to meeting. Each meeting becomes a new section in the notes.
To access notes from a channel meeting, go to the channel where the meeting occurred and find the meeting. Beneath it, select Show notes in fullscreen.
To access notes from a private meeting, open the meeting event on your calendar and select the notes.
Tip: Along with the meeting notes, you’ll find any other available meeting-related items (attached docs, the transcript and recording) on the Details tab when you open the meeting event.
The notes open in a Wiki tab that you can read or add to. Edit and format the tab just like you would any other Wiki tab.
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