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How to Set Priority Access in Microsoft Teams

Updated: May 10

Setting aside time in your day to tune out distractions and quiet the noise of constant notifications can be a great way to boost productivity. However, if your boss needs to get a hold of you in these moments of zen, you can find yourself in a bad spot. Fortunately, Teams has a great solution for this. Even when you set your status to Do Not Disturb, you are able to make a list of people who can always ring your notification bell when needed.

How to set Priority Access list in Microsoft Teams:

  1. Go to Settings

  2. Select Privacy

  3. Click Manage priority access

  4. Add the desired list of priority users

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