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Yes! Here’s how it works:

  1. Get the latest update of Outlook for your phone.

  2. Now, any future events created on another Outlook client (OWA, Outlook for Windows, Outlook for Mac, etc.) that include an Skype for Business or Teams link will feature a special Join button on the event on your phone.

  3. This button will take you directly to the Skype for Business or Teams app and into your meeting.

Note: Depending on your account type, this won't impact existing meetings on your calendar including recurring events that have been previously created. 


I don’t see the Join button: Make sure that you’ve downloaded the latest update for Outlook. Also verify that this is a new event created on OWA, Outlook Windows or Outlook Mac that features a Skype for Business or Teams link.

I don’t have Skype for Business or Microsoft Teams but I’m being invited to a meeting: You will see a Get Skype or Get Teams button. You will be redirected to your respective app store to download Skype for Business or Microsoft Teams.

Make sure your company is using Microsoft sync technology for Outlook mobile: To check, go to Settings, select your Microsoft 365 account and scroll down.  You should see "Microsoft sync technology" at the bottom of the screen.  If you do not see it, your company does not yet have access to this feature.

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