Meeting links in Microsoft Teams do not expire after a set period of time. However, the link may be removed from the invitation if the meeting organizer deletes the meeting or if the organizer's calendar is deleted. It's also possible that the meeting series got deleted accidentally by the organizer or by someone else with access to the calendar. You can check with the organizer to see if the meeting series is still active, or if it was deleted by accident. If it was deleted, the organizer will need to recreate the meeting series and send out new invitations with the updated link. In addition, you can try searching the meeting in the teams chat or channel where the meeting was scheduled, or in the organizer's calendar to see if the link still exists.
Teams Drops Meeting Links from Recurring Series - Expiration?
I have noticed this from time-to-time and never thought much about it until this morning when I got a frantic ping from a teammate trying to join a call with a number of senior executives. The meeting link from a series established in January, 2022 was gone from the invitation.
Question: Do meeting links expire after a set period? Perhaps 365 days? Since this series was established on January 24, 2022 and today is January 23, 2023 that seems like a logical assumption.
If that is the case that is going to be a HUGE headache because I have dozens upon dozens of recurring meetings across three different manager calendars.
I will appreciate your earliest response.