AnsweredHow to Record a Teams Meeting When You Are Not the Host?💡

If I want to record the Teams meeting but am not a host, what can I do? How do you record a Teams meeting when you are just an attendee? Wait for your reply! 

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Rel· Answered on May 11, 2024

Microsoft Teams allows you to record any meeting or call, but if the host of the meeting does not allow it, you will not be able to use the recording feature. However, you can still use two methods to record a Teams meeting.

🔥First, get permission to record.

If you can contact the meeting host, you can ask him to grant you recording permission. After you have been granted access, you will be able to navigate to meeting controls to select More options > Start recording.

Note that recording permissions are granted to only one participant per session, which means that you are the only one who can record the session. Also, when you decide to start recording, the system will notify everyone involved in the session. If you want to record secretly, then this method will not be suitable for you.

🔥Second, use a third-party tool to record.

If you can't get in touch with the meeting host or want to record Teams meeting secretly, then using a capable third-party screen recorder will clear your troubles quickly, and EaseUS RecExperts is one of the best choices.

EaseUS RecExperts is one of the most competitive screen recorders available, and in addition to all the basic features of screen recording, it can also help you record Teams meetings automatically. 

Relying on its schedule recording feature, which allows EaseUS to start the recording process at the beginning of the meeting, as long as you set the time in advance. EaseUS will start the recording process right at the beginning of the meeting if you set the time in advance.

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