Searching Outlook for Teams Meetings
To find all of your Teams meetings in Outlook, you can use the search feature. This search will show you ALL Teams meetings so you will need to find the ones that you are the meeting organizer.
You can find them by using Location: Microsoft Teams Meeting as the search term in Outlook.
First, open your calendar in Outlook.
Once in the Calendar, type in the search bar at the top:
From here you can sort by subject, start or end dates for the meeting to find the one you are searching for.
Changing Teams Meeting to Zoom
To change a meeting from Teams to a Zoom meeting, remove the Microsoft Teams information from the body of the meeting and from the Location field.
If you are editing a recurring meeting, make sure to open The entire series before editing.
Note: After adding a Zoom meeting, Zoom may prompt you to login or enter your company domain, which is supportuw-org. This is a one-time prompt if you haven’t used the Zoom plugin in Outlook before. Make sure to select Sign in with SSO.
If you do not see the plugin on your toolbar after downloading, check the [...] button as it may be listed there.
In my case, there wasn't room at the top of my Outlook Meeting window to show the Zoom plug in in the menu bar. Instead it's located under the [...] menu option. This might be helpful to somebody else, so I thought I would mention it.