Teams Meeting open take - Gosse explains

Have you ever been in a situation where you multitasking had to, such as attending an important meeting while also having to walk your dog? In today's working world, this is a common occurrence. In our latest video from the series "Gosse explains," how to make a Teams meeting can record, so you can perform both tasks without worry. This article takes you through the steps involved in the podcast are described, so you never have to miss an important moment.

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The challenge of multitasking

In our busy lives, multitasking is no longer a choice but a necessity. Imagine this: you have an online Teams meeting and at the same time you have to walk your dog. This scenario may sound familiar. It requires you to manage your time efficiently without compromising your professional commitments. Gosse offers a perfect solution for this type of situation in his podcast. By recording your meeting, you can stay active in your work while also fulfilling personal responsibilities. That way you won't miss important information and keep everyone happy.


Step-by-step guide to recording a Teams meeting

The preparation

Before you go into the meeting, it is important that you make sure you have camera and microphone are set properly. This prevents technical problems during recording.


Starting the recording

Once in the meeting, navigate to the menu 'more'. Here, choose "record and transcribe" and then "Start recording. It is crucial to mention at the beginning of the meeting that it is being recorded. This is not only a matter of courtesy, but also a legal requirement in many contexts.


Ending the recording

When the meeting ends, go to "more" again, select "record and transcribe" and then "stop recording. It's a simple procedure, but essential for recording your conversations correctly.



What to do after recording

After stopping recording, you may wonder: "Where is my recording?" Don't worry, the answer is simple. The recording is automatically saved in the Teams meeting chat. From there, you can easily find and listen to the recording whenever you want.


Sharing the recording

Want to share the recording with colleagues or send it to yourself? Go to the chat, find the recording, and you can create a clutch of it. This link can then be shared via e-mail or other means of communication. This makes it possible for anyone who could not be at the meeting to still stay informed.

Practical Tips and Common Questions

Recording a Teams meeting can seem simple, but there are always additional tips that can make the process even smoother. For example, make sure you have a stable Internet connection before you start recording. This will prevent problems with the quality of both video and audio.


Common questions

A frequently asked question is: "What if someone objects to the recording?" It is important to inform everyone about the recording prior to the meeting. This gives participants a chance to object or not participate in the meeting, which shows respect for their privacy.


Privacy during recordings

It is also essential to emphasize that recordings should not be shared outside the company without permission. This respects the privacy of all participants and complies with legal requirements.




Recording a Teams meeting is an excellent way to ensure you don't miss important information, especially if you have multiple tasks to manage simultaneously. With Gosse's clear explanation in the Mica IT podcast, you can effectively use this functionality to better balance your work and personal life. Whether you need to walk your dog or complete another task during a meeting, the recording feature in Teams ensures that you always stay engaged and up-to-date.

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