Microsoft Teams Integration

An overview on authenticating your Microsoft Teams account for using within Cadence

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Written by Michael Buckley
Updated over a week ago
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With Microsoft Teams enabled for your account, when you create schedule items or appointments, you'll have the option to auto-create online meetings using your Microsoft Team account.

The Microsoft Teams online meeting link will get auto-generated once you save the schedule item or appointment.

Microsoft Teams will also be enabled for video messaging one on one or in group settings.


  1. To utilize your Microsoft Teams account within Cadence, you will need to have a Microsoft Team Administrator within your organization authorize Cadence as an approved app.

  2. We'll provide you with a URL that a Teams Administrator should follow to handle this authorization.

  3. Once that is completed the integration will be active.

Cadence Prerequisites:

  • Microsoft Teams Account

  • Cadence Premium Pro or Enterprise License


How to Enable "Allow anonymous users to join meetings"

With anonymous join, anyone can join the meeting as an anonymous user by clicking the link in the meeting invitation.

Steps to enable:

  1. Go to the Microsoft Teams admin center

  2. In the left navigation, go to Meetings > Meeting Settings

  3. Under Participants, enable Anonymous users can join a meeting

Will the Microsoft Teams meeting start automatically?

By default when someone from your organization joins the meeting it will automatically start. If an anonymous person joins first they will be placed in the lobby, however, this can be changed to instead allow meetings to automatically start even when an anonymous person is the first to join.

Steps to enable:

  1. Go to the Microsoft Teams admin center

  2. In the left navigation, go to Meetings > Meeting Policies

  3. Select either the Global policy or an existing or new custom policy

  4. Under Participants & guests, enable Let anonymous people start a meeting

Using the Microsoft Teams admin center

You must be a Teams service admin to make these changes. See Use Teams administrator roles to manage Teams to read about admin roles and permissions.

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