When conducting meetings it is important to note key actions and takeaways for yourself and your team members to focus on. After-all there was a point to that meeting you just had right?
It can be hard to keep focus in meetings, especially if you are not a main contributor but suddenly find yourself with a ton of actions to perform. Taking meeting minutes becomes more critical and helps people be more productive about their time.
When you launch a Teams meeting, anyone can begin to take notes during the meeting and these notes are shared automatically with the meeting participants.. The notes are stored in a OneNote especially created for the meeting.
From the meeting control bar, click on the ellipsis (…) and select Show Meeting Notes
The notes section will open up as a blade to the right of the meeting window
When you create the meeting notes, a message is automatically posted into the meeting chat with a link so that everyone can see and contribute to the meeting notes
After the meeting has finished, you can retrieve and review the notes using the “Meeting Notes” tab on the meeting chat
For tips on how to take effective minutes in meetings, spare 8-minutes to watch this great explainer video