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Use a screen reader to schedule a meeting in Microsoft Teams

Use a screen reader to schedule a meeting in Microsoft Teams

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Use your keyboard and a screen reader to schedule and invite people to a meeting in Microsoft Teams. We have tested it with JAWS and NVDA, but it might work with other screen readers as long as they follow common accessibility standards and techniques. You'll learn how to update as well as cancel your meeting.

Notes: 

In this topic

Schedule a meeting

Note: When you navigate a list of search results, for example, when searching for a meeting location or a person to invite, your screen reader may not read the first result automatically. To make sure you hear it when the list opens, press the Down arrow key and then the Up arrow key to move back to the first result.

  1. In Microsoft Teams, press Ctrl+4 to go to the Meetings view. You hear: "Schedule a meeting, button." Press Enter.

    If you hear something else, press the Tab key until you reach the Schedule a meeting button, and press Enter.

  2. The New meeting dialog opens with the focus in the Title field. Type the title.

  3. Press the Tab key once to move to the Location field. Type a location or press Enter to open a list of available locations. To navigate the list, press the Down arrow key. To select a location, press Enter. A list of rooms opens. Press the Down arrow key to navigate the list, and press Enter to select a room.

    Tip: You don't have to select a location. If you don't, the meeting is saved as a Microsoft Teams meeting.

  4. Press the Tab key once to move to the Start field. Today's date is selected. If you want to schedule the meeting to a later date, press the Right arrow key to navigate. To confirm a selection, press Enter.

  5. The focus moves to the start time field. Press the Down or Up arrow key to move on the list. To select a time, press Enter.

  6. Press the Tab key twice. The focus moves to the End field. The date you selected as the start date in the previous step is already selected. To change to a later date, press the Right arrow key. To confirm the selection, press Enter.

  7. The focus moves to the end time field. Press the Down or Up arrow key to move on the list. To select a time, press Enter.

  8. Press the Tab key repeatedly until you hear "Type details for this new meeting," and type the meeting invitation.

  9. Press the Tab key once. The focus is in the Select a channel to meet in field. If you select a channel here, you create a channel meeting where everyone in your team can join. If you don't select a channel, you create a private meeting where only the invited attendees can join.

    To create a channel meeting, type the name of the channel you want to meet in. The search is performed while you type. To move to the list of results and navigate the results, press the Down arrow key. To select a channel, press Enter.

  10. Press the Tab key once to move to the Invite people field. If you're creating a channel meeting and don't want to send separate invites, you can skip this step. If you're inviting people to a private meeting or want to make sure someone gets a personal invite to a channel meeting, continue with this step.

    Type the name of the person you want to invite. The search is performed as you type. To move to the list of results and navigate the results, press the Down arrow key. To select, press Enter. The person is added to the meeting as an attendee.

    Tip: To invite a person from outside your organization, type their email address and press Enter.

    To invite another person, type their name, press the Down arrow key to move to the results list and press Enter to select.

  11. When you're ready to send the invite, press the Tab key repeatedly until you reach the Schedule button, and press Enter.

Note: In NVDA this is called the browse mode. In JAWS it is called the virtual cursor mode.

  1. In Microsoft Teams, press Ctrl+4 to go to the Meetings view. You hear: "Schedule a meeting, button." Press Enter.

    If you hear something else, press B until you reach the Schedule a meeting button, and press Enter.

  2. The New meeting dialog opens with the focus in the Title field. Type the title.

  3. Press the Tab key once to move to the Location field. Type a location or press Enter to open a list of available locations. To navigate the list, press the Down arrow key. To select a location, press Enter. A list of rooms opens. Press the Down arrow key to navigate the list, and press Enter to select a room.

    Tip: You don't have to select a location. If you don't, the meeting is saved as a Microsoft Teams meeting.

  4. Press the Tab key once to move to the Start field. Today's date is selected. If you want to schedule the meeting to a later date, press the Right arrow key to navigate. To confirm a selection, press Enter.

  5. The focus moves to the start time field. Press the Down or Up arrow key to move on the list. To select a time, press Enter.

  6. Press the Tab key twice. The focus moves to the End field. The date you selected as the start date in the previous step is already selected. To change to a later date, press the Right arrow key. To confirm the selection, press Enter.

  7. The focus moves to the end time field. Press the Down or Up arrow key to move on the list. To select a time, press Enter.

  8. Press the Tab key repeatedly until you hear "Type details for this new meeting," and type the meeting invitation.

  9. Press the Tab key once. The focus is in the Select a channel to meet in field. If you select a channel here, you create a channel meeting where everyone in your team can join. If you don't select a channel, you create a private meeting where only the invited attendees can join.

    To create a channel meeting, type the name of the channel you want to meet in. The search is performed while you type. To move to the list of results and navigate the results, press the Down arrow key. To select a channel, press Enter.

  10. Press the Tab key once to move to the Invite people field. If you're creating a channel meeting and don't want to send separate invites, you can skip this step. If you're inviting people to a private meeting or want to make sure someone gets a personal invite to a channel meeting, continue with this step.

    Type the name of the person you want to invite. The search is performed as you type. To move to the list of results and navigate the results, press the Down arrow key. To select, press Enter. The person is added to the meeting as an attendee.

    Tip: To invite a person from outside your organization, type their email address and press Enter.

    To invite another person, type their name, press the Down arrow key to move to the results list and press Enter to select.

  11. When you're ready to send the invite, with NVDA, press the SR key+Spacebar, press B until you reach the Schedule button, and press Enter. With JAWS, press the Tab key until you reach the Schedule button, and press Enter.

Edit or cancel a meeting

  1. In Microsoft Teams, press Ctrl+4 to go to the Meetings view.

  2. If the meeting you want to edit or cancel is the current or next one on your schedule, it is already open in the content pane.

    If the meeting you want to edit or cancel is upcoming later on your schedule, press the Tab key repeatedly until you reach the Agenda view button, and then press Enter. (If you hear the Day view button instead, you don't need to press Enter to change the view.) Press the Tab key once, and then press the Down arrow key to move down on the list of upcoming meetings. When you hear the meeting you want, press Enter. The meeting opens in the content pane.

  3. Press the Tab key until you reach the Cancel meeting or Edit button. When you reach the button you want, press Enter.

    • To edit the meeting, use the Tab key to navigate between the fields in the dialog, press the Down or Up arrow key to move on a list of options, and press Enter to select an option. When done, press the Tab key until you reach the Update button, and press Enter. The meeting is updated and you return to the channel in the Teams view.

      Note: You may not be able to edit a meeting that has already started.

    • When selecting to cancel, a confirmation dialog opens. To confirm the meeting cancellation, press Enter. The meeting is cancelled and you return to the channel in the Teams view.

Note: In NVDA this is called the browse mode. In JAWS it is called the virtual cursor mode.

  1. In Microsoft Teams, press Ctrl+4 to go to the Meetings view.

  2. If the meeting you want to edit or cancel is the current or next one on your schedule, it is already open in the content pane.

    If the meeting you want to edit or cancel is upcoming later on your schedule, press B repeatedly until you reach the Agenda view button, and then press Enter. (If you hear the Day view button instead, you don't need to press Enter to change the view.) Press the Tab key once, and then press the Down arrow key to move down on the list of upcoming meetings. When you hear the meeting you want, press Enter. The meeting opens in the content pane.

  3. Press B repeatedly until you reach the Cancel meeting or Edit button. When you reach the button you want, press Enter.

    • To edit the meeting, use the Tab key to navigate between the fields in the dialog, press the Down or Up arrow key to move on a list of options, and press Enter to select an option. When done, with NVDA, press the SR key+Spacebar, press B until you reach the Update button, and press Enter. With JAWS, press the Tab key until you reach the Update button, and press Enter. The meeting is updated and you return to the channel in the Teams view.

      Note: You may not be able to edit a meeting that has already started.

    • When selecting to cancel, a confirmation dialog opens. To confirm the meeting cancellation, press Enter. The meeting is cancelled and you return to the channel in the Teams view.

See also

Use a screen reader to join a meeting in Microsoft Teams

Use a screen reader to make and answer calls in Microsoft Teams

Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Teams

Basic tasks using a screen reader with Microsoft Teams

Set up your device to work with accessibility in Office 365

Use a screen reader to explore and navigate Microsoft Teams

Use Microsoft Teams in your browser with your keyboard and a screen reader to schedule and invite people to a meeting. We have tested it with Narrator, JAWS, and NVDA, but it might work with other screen readers as long as they follow common accessibility standards and techniques. You'll learn how to update as well as cancel your meeting.

Notes: 

  • New Office 365 features are released gradually to Office 365 subscribers, so your app might not have these features yet. To learn how you can get new features faster, join the Office Insider program.

  • To learn more about screen readers, go to How screen readers work with Microsoft Office.

  • Recent versions of JAWS no longer have the virtual PC cursor mode set as default for Microsoft Teams. For instructions on how to switch the virtual PC cursor mode on, go to Enable the JAWS virtual cursor.

  • When you use Microsoft Teams on the web, we recommend that you use Microsoft Edge as your web browser and Narrator as your screen reader. Because Microsoft Teams on the web runs in your web browser, the keyboard shortcuts are different from those in the desktop program. For example, you’ll use Ctrl+F6 instead of F6 for jumping in and out of the commands. Also, common shortcuts like F1 (Help) and Ctrl+O (Open) apply to the web browser – not Microsoft Teams on the web.

    If you use Chrome or Firefox as your web browser, we recommend that you use JAWS or NVDA as your screen reader.

In this topic

Schedule a meeting

You can create a meeting to which you invite specific people when using Microsoft Teams in your browser. If you want to create a meeting for an entire Microsoft Teams channel, please use the full desktop version.

Note: When you navigate a list of search results, for example, when searching for a meeting location or a person to invite, your screen reader may not read the first result automatically. To make sure you hear it when the list opens, press the Down arrow key and then the Up arrow key to move back to the first result.

  1. With Microsoft Teams open in your browser, press Ctrl+Shift+4 to go to the Meetings view. You hear: "Schedule a meeting, button." Press Enter.

    If you hear something else, press the Tab key until you reach the Schedule a meeting button, and press Enter.

  2. The New meeting dialog opens with the focus in the Title field. Type the title.

  3. Press the Tab key once to move to the Location field. Type a location or press Enter to open a list of available locations. To navigate the list, press the Down arrow key. To select a location, press Enter. A list of rooms opens. Press the Down arrow key to navigate the list, and press Enter to select a room.

    Tip: You don't have to select a location. If you don't, the meeting is saved as a Microsoft Teams meeting.

  4. Press the Tab key once to move to the Start field. Today's date is selected. If you want to schedule the meeting to a later date, press the Right arrow key to navigate. To confirm a selection, press Enter.

  5. The focus moves to the start time field. Press the Down or Up arrow key to move on the list. To select a time, press Enter.

  6. Press the Tab key twice. The focus moves to the End field. The date you selected as the start date in the previous step is already selected. To change to a later date, press the Right arrow key. To confirm the selection, press Enter.

  7. The focus moves to the end time field. Press the Down or Up arrow key to move on the list. To select a time, press Enter.

  8. Press the Tab key repeatedly until you hear "Type details for this new meeting," and type the meeting invitation.

  9. Press the Tab key until you reach the Invite people field. Type the name of the person you want to invite. The search is performed as you type. To navigate the list of results, use the Down and Up arrow keys. To select, press Enter. The person is added to the meeting as an attendee.

    Tip: To invite a person from outside your organization, type their email address and press Enter.

    To invite another person, type their name, use the Down and Up arrow keys to navigate the results list and press Enter to select.

  10. When you're ready to send the invite, press the Tab key repeatedly until you reach the Schedule button and press Enter.

Note: In NVDA this is called the browse mode, in JAWS it is called the virtual cursor mode, and in Narrator it is called the scan mode.

  1. With Microsoft Teams open in your browser, press Ctrl+Shift+4 to go to the Meetings view. You hear: "Schedule a meeting, button." Press Enter.

    If you hear something else, press B until you reach the Schedule a meeting button, and press Enter.

  2. The New meeting dialog opens with the focus in the Title field. Type the title.

    Note: If you are using Narrator and Microsoft Edge, you need to press the SR key+Spacebar to turn scan mode off at this point.

  3. Press the Tab key once to move to the Location field. Type a location or press Enter to open a list of available locations. To navigate the list, press the Down arrow key. To select a location, press Enter. A list of rooms opens. Press the Down arrow key to navigate the list, and press Enter to select a room.

    Tip: You don't have to select a location. If you don't, the meeting is saved as a Microsoft Teams meeting.

  4. Press the Tab key once to move to the Start field. Today's date is selected. If you want to schedule the meeting to a later date, press the Right arrow key to navigate. To confirm a selection, press Enter.

  5. The focus moves to the start time field. Press the Down or Up arrow key to move on the list. To select a time, press Enter.

  6. Press the Tab key twice. The focus moves to the End field. The date you selected as the start date in the previous step is already selected. To change to a later date, press the Right arrow key. To confirm the selection, press Enter.

  7. The focus moves to the end time field. Press the Down or Up arrow key to move on the list. To select a time, press Enter.

  8. Press the Tab key repeatedly until you hear "Type details for this new meeting," and type the meeting invitation.

  9. Press the Tab key until you reach the Invite people field. Type the name of the person you want to invite. The search is performed as you type. To navigate the list of results, use the Down and Up arrow keys. To select, press Enter. The person is added to the meeting as an attendee.

    Tip: To invite a person from outside your organization, type their email address and press Enter.

    To invite another person, type their name, use the Down and Up arrow keys to navigate the results list and press Enter to select.

  10. When you're ready to send the invite, with NVDA or Narrator, press the SR key+Spacebar, press B repeatedly until you reach the Schedule button and press Enter. With JAWS, press the Tab key until you reach the Schedule button and press Enter.

Edit or cancel a meeting

  1. With Microsoft Teams open in your browser, press Ctrl+Shift+4 to go to the Meetings view.

  2. If the meeting you want to edit or cancel is the current or next one on your schedule, it is already open in the content pane.

    If the meeting you want to edit or cancel is upcoming later on your schedule, press the Tab key until you reach the Agenda view button, and then press Enter. (If you hear the Day view button instead, you don't need to press Enter to change the view.) Press the Tab key once, and then press the Down arrow key to move down on the list of upcoming meetings. When you hear the meeting you want, press Enter. The meeting opens in the content pane.

  3. Press the Tab key repeatedly until you reach the Cancel meeting or Edit button. When on the button you want, press Enter.

    • To edit the meeting, use the Tab key to navigate between the fields in the dialog, press the Down or Up arrow key to move on a list of options, and press Enter to select an option. When done, press the Tab key until you reach the Update button, and press Enter. The meeting is updated and you return to the Meetings view.

      Note: You may not be able to edit a meeting that has already started.

    • When selecting to cancel, a confirmation dialog opens. To confirm the meeting cancellation, press Enter. The meeting is cancelled and you return to the Meetings view.

Note: In NVDA this is called the browse mode, in JAWS it is called the virtual cursor mode, and in Narrator it is called the scan mode.

  1. With Microsoft Teams open in your browser, press Ctrl+Shift+4 to go to the Meetings view.

  2. If the meeting you want to edit or cancel is the current or next one on your schedule, it is already open in the content pane.

    If the meeting you want to edit or cancel is upcoming later on your schedule, press B until you reach the Agenda view button, and then press Enter. (If you hear the Day view button instead, you don't need to press Enter to change the view.) Press the Tab key once, and then press the Down arrow key to move down on the list of upcoming meetings. When you hear the meeting you want, press Enter. The meeting opens in the content pane.

  3. Press B until you reach the Cancel meeting or Edit button. If you are using NVDA and Chrome, you need to press the SR key+Spacebar before pressing B. When on the button you want, press Enter.

    • To edit the meeting, use the Tab key to navigate between the fields in the dialog, press the Down or Up arrow key to move on a list of options, and press Enter to select an option. When done, with NVDA or Narrator, press the SR key+Spacebar, press B until you reach the Update button, and press Enter. With JAWS, press the Tab key until you reach the Update button, and press Enter. The meeting is updated and you return to the Meetings view.

      Note: You may not be able to edit a meeting that has already started.

    • When selecting to cancel, a confirmation dialog opens. To confirm the meeting cancellation, press Enter. The meeting is cancelled and you return to the Meetings view.

See also

Use a screen reader to join a meeting in Microsoft Teams

Use a screen reader to make and answer calls in Microsoft Teams

Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Teams

Basic tasks using a screen reader with Microsoft Teams

Use a screen reader to explore and navigate Microsoft Teams

Technical support for customers with disabilities

Microsoft wants to provide the best possible experience for all our customers. If you have a disability or questions related to accessibility, please contact the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk for technical assistance. The Disability Answer Desk support team is trained in using many popular assistive technologies and can offer assistance in English, Spanish, French, and American Sign Language. Please go to the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk site to find out the contact details for your region.

If you are a government, commercial, or enterprise user, please contact the enterprise Disability Answer Desk.

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