Remove another team owner

OVERVIEW

This article describes how to remove another team owner from your team on Microsoft Teams.

Team owner(s) should remove another team owner according to the team membership management process chosen when requesting a team.

Note: The team membership management process chosen when requesting a team will always be the method for add/removing members. It is not possible to switch after the team has been created.

 

How to remove another team owner from a manually-managed team

Follow the instructions below if you have a manually-managed team (i.e., team owner(s) add/remove members via the "Manage Team" setting in MS Teams.).

Step 1. In MS Teams, go to a team you would like to remove another team owner and select the "More options" icon.

Step 2. From the drop-down menu, select "Manage team".

Step 3. Under the "Members" tab, locate the team owner you would like to remove in the "Owners" list. Change their role from "Owner" to "Member".

Step 4. Go to the "Members and guests" list, and select the "X" to the far right of the individual to remove them from the team. 

 

How to remove another team owner from a maillist-managed team

Follow the instructions below if you have a maillist-managed team (i.e., team owner(s) add/remove members via SFU Maillist). 

Step 1. In MS Teams, go to a team you would like to remove another team owner and select the "More options" icon.

Step 2. From the drop-down menu, select "Manage team".

Step 3. Under the "Members" tab, locate the team owner you would like to remove in the "Owners" list. Change their role from "Owner" to "Member".

Step 4. Go the SFU Maillist.

Step 5. Remove the person from the maillist that syncs to your team.

Individuals removed from the maillist will be automatically synced and removed from your team within 2 hours.

 

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Article ID: 4045
Created
Mon 7/11/22 12:49 AM
Modified
Tue 7/12/22 12:49 PM

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