Integrate the client login with Office 365
Integrate the client login with Office 365, similar to the integration of OneNote, Word, and Excel. This utilizes the current login information instead of prompting the user for credentials each time the client is started.
This request is now under review by the feature team.
Thank you for the suggestions!
We need this to work or people won't use teams and the on-line status becomes meaningless. Teams absolutely must remember the login and never ask for it again. Once it is set-up it needs to run silently in the background at every boot instead of the login pop every day. This works for Outlook, so it should for teams.
Remember me should be quite easy to add, no?
David Andersson commented
Great that this now is under review! We publish some news with message cards in conversations, with the author's profile picture included. But, since working in the Teams client doesn't necessarily mean that you are logged in to Office 365, the pictures aren't showing - until you are prompted to login because you want to access one of the team's files from one of the channel tabs.
Of course this is not great UX. Please fix!
Emmanuel LANDAIS commented
When you are on a website by the navigator, and you have to log in, the navigator can remember the login and password.
So when you integrate a Website (https...) on Teams, you have to log in every time you go to the application...
And the text box to log in doesn't have proposition of log in and password in memory.
Can you make that better ?
Thanks by advance !
Ever since last week when Teams was added to 365 our existing desktop apps have been autopopulating the wrong username (.local). I've tried clearing the credentials but keep having the same problem.
Anytime I access a file from the Teams app, excel or word doc for example, I have to enter my login credentials. I've tried the remember me checkbox and it still doesn't work. Once you log into Teams, it should remember your credentials.
Every time I launch Teams, I've to type in my credentials. This is not desirable, it should remember the credentials like Skype for Business and other O365 products.