Adding new Team owners in Microsoft Teams


A client wants to add a new owner to a team in Microsoft Teams. It is best practice to have more than one Team owner.



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Team owner permissions are required to make changes to other team members status.



1. Click More Options > Manage team

2. The Role column tells you if someone is a team member or owner. To make someone an owner, click Member and then select Owner.


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