slash commands are a must-have
Slash commands for just about every type of function are a must have. They are familiar and easy to use without having to touch your mouse, they are UI-agnostic. Admittedly not terribly discoverable – but the UI is even worse, as their is no real option for auto-completion of UI elements, now is there?
The slash command changes are still in the works. I hope to have more details to share soon.
Is there an update on this? I feel like a Microsoft has given up on UserVoice
Travis Springer commented
Need to add a command for "reset status". There are commands for manually setting it to all of the other statuses.
Matt O commented
Agreed, this is a must have. But no update for almost a year???
Ahmed Mujovic commented
Any update on this? Driving Teams user adoption with this command is critical for our company, as crazy as that sounds. being able to /command stuff is huge and saves a ton of time in Slack.
Tom Bollens commented
It would be very powerful to have the ability to define your own slash commands, would this be on the roadmap as well?
David Willequer commented
Need /giphy commands stat!
It does not appear you can do a /org on yourself. Is that expected behavior? Would be helpful to see where you are in an org
Do this! We need /quote and /code !
Sean Ellis commented
@Joar Ekendahl wrote: "Would be awesome if the "power bar" was completely moved and integrated into the existing chat bar."
Exactly. Plus, this would have the advantage that the power bar would no longer break the UI model for the platform. The search bar, being interactive, should be in the client area of the window. The title area of the window should be reserved for the conversation title.
Chris Newcomer commented
This would be nice to add as the slash command /giphy
Search string is half the message
Joar Ekendahl commented
Would be awesome if the "power bar" was completely moved and integrated into the existing chat bar.... Feels really awkward to have several places to click on and command in.
It would then be possible to "/giphy" in the chat bar instead of clicking... Mouse = bad. :D
Joar Ekendahl commented
I'd love it if the "power bar" actually went away and merged with the regular chat bar down south.
really need some form of /code for code blocks. Hipchat had this and it made sharing snippets really simple. Sharing a codeblock in teams is 3 mouse-clicks MINIMUM, and more if you actually want to tell it what syntax highlighter to use. This is the opposite of simple, which makes conversations less likely to happen, and therefore progress less likely to occur.
Ah, one of the blessings IRC bestowed upon the world!
I'd ESPECIALLY like the replce one.
Borhan Zadeh commented
So long as whatever you're implementing should be customisable as well. Like, we need to be able to add/edit slash commands.
Greg J commented
if teams is to be the central point for many things it makes sense to enable custom scripted shortcuts to allow users to move directly to tabs within channels in one step. If users have to do lots of clicking and scrolling to get where they need to go then the flexibility to move around quickly by other means is a must.
Chris Webb commented
Yes, throwing my comment here, looking forward to the revamp, but I have been looking at integrations with Teams and it's really not done all that well. Having the interactive cards is nice, but it really needs to be like slack, initiated with the @ or / command, but the responses need to be private to you even in the Team channels. I don't want to run commands and integration points and have the rest of the team see them. I also shouldn't have to go to a chat window to do these integrations, that's kind of meh. Pretty sure i'm echoing others, but anyway, it's getting there, I know it's early in the game for you guys and I have faith you will improve this cause I know you guys at Microsoft are using this tool heavily as well :) so that makes me realize good things will come from it.
Jeff Boehm commented
Thanks for the update, Warren. Looking forward to seeing how this feature develops.
Andy Brown commented
>and as an avid slash command user myself, I can honestly say that I’m extremely excited to see where it is going with Teams.
Are you saying you're an avid slack user?