Teams Live Events
This article will provide links to Microsoft's documentation, and give a brief description of each article's purpose.
What are Live Events?
Microsoft Teams live events are an extension of Teams meetings that enable you to schedule and produce events that stream to large online audiences of up to 10,000 participants.
Links to Microsoft Documentation
Attend a Live Event in Teams: This article will provide documentation about how to join a live event and how to view the live event at a later time.
Get Started with Microsoft Teams Live Events: This article will provide documentation about live event types, event group roles, who can create live events, who can attend live events, system requirements and supported platforms, and how to get started using live events.
Produce a live event using Teams: This article will provide documentation about what capabilities producers have, and how to produce a live event.
Present in a live event in Teams: This article gives an overview of the presenter role in live events.
Participate in a Q&A in a live event in Teams: This gives an overview on how to participate in a Q&A during a Teams live event.
Manage a live event recording: This article will provide documentation on how to manage live event recordings. Note: Recordings from live events produced in Teams are currently not saved in Microsoft Stream. You can download the recording from the meeting details and upload it manually to Microsoft Stream after the event.
Use live captions in a live event: This article discusses how to set up and use live captions for organizers, producers, and attendees.