Meeting notes are most useful when written during a meeting and are easy to find after the meeting. Microsoft Teams lets you take notes during a meeting and access them at any time in the future.
It is not necessary to take notes in every meeting, but if you are making decisions, assigning tasks or working on something particularly important, taking meeting notes is just good practice. Ideally, meeting notes are written during the meeting, are available to all participants for editing and are easy to find after the meeting is over. meeting.
Meeting notes are a default part of any Teams meeting and are attached to the meeting itself. To find them, double-click the meeting (or click the meeting and then click "Edit") in the Teams calendar.
The meeting notes are on a tab at the top of the meeting.
Once the meeting has started, you can access the notes by clicking on the three-dot icon at the top of the meeting window and then selecting "Meeting Notes".
Whichever way you access the notes, the functionality is the same. To start taking notes, click on the "Take Notes" button.
A notification will appear in the meeting chat to inform all participants that meeting notes are being kept.
All participants in the meeting - including external guests - can click on "Show notes in fullscreen" and read the notes in real time.
Notes (and meeting details) will be available in the meeting chat as long as you keep the meeting in your calendar.
Source of information: howtogeek.com