A few days ago, Microsoft enabled the Attendance List feature in Microsoft Teams. This feature will allow the organizer to download the list of attendance in a CSV (Comma-separated values) file.
The Attendance List (in the upper right corner of the Meeting view) in Microsoft Teams will show you, if the feature is active or not:
Great feature, but it is not enabled by default, today there seems to be no support if the TAC (Teams Admin Center), so we have to use the Skype for Business Online Powershell module (not the Teams Module) to enable it. Here are a few snippets that might help:
A Gist is also available for the snippets above.
Please give the policy change some time, your client might take a while to get the changes. In my case it took about 30 minutes. Some time just close an reopen the Teams client helps.
Fun fact: The Help for Set-CsTeamsMeetingPolicy is not (yet) updated!
The “-AllowEngagementReport” parameter is not Boolean, please use ‘Enabled‘ oder ‘Disabled‘ and not $True or $False!
I wasn’t able to download the list after the meetings has ended: