The option to “discard” suggested contacts in your chat list is rolling out to users. We will be making further changes to make suggested contacts more relevant for new users in the future as well, so marking as partially completed. Thanks for your patience with this one.
~Alex & the Teams team
Add the option to remove/hide a suggested contact, this is IMPORTANT! Like others, the user should have the choice to not see the name of someone who has caused harm to them in the past. Seeing a particular name in a suggested contact list gives me panic attacks and I should have the option of blocking that contact, which is available in most other social media platforms.
Yes, I to agree this is un-necessary the option should be to add not remove.
Paul Allard commented
This is very annoying feature and, for me at least, is just screen clutter.
Please provide the option to remove it or have it default (and stay!) collapsed.
Exquisite Spam commented
Please provide the opportunity to remove this utterly unwanted feature.
Matt Linder commented
Cant believe this is NOT an option, wait yes I can, look who wrote it.
If MS isn't going to fix all the half a__ options missing/broken how about open source teams!
yes please make this an option in the settings
tammy t commented
Yes, last thing I want to see is name of former boss who verbally abused me on the regular. Get rid of it!
Mattea Gennell commented
Please provide a feature to remove/turnoff suggested contacts! Thank you
It seems to have some kind of algorithm. The top 5 people appearing on my screen are the ones I dislike most.
Walter Thompson commented
There is a github link to remove suggested contacts, but I'm not brave enough to try. If anyone else does, please post back here:
Walter Thompson commented
Until whomever's darling 'suggested contacts' is no longer works at Microsoft, we probably need some sort of a workaround. Isn't there a registry entry to remove it?
Kat Seaton commented
Many of the suggestions in my chat window are personnel that are no longer employed in the company. Many of whom have not been employed for years. (Many that were not employed with the company before we switched to office365)
Both people showing in my suggested contacts are no longer with my organization, in fact, one of them left 10 months ago. The other only left 6 months ago. It's really silly that I'm seeing them appear there, it's a dumb oversight by Microsoft to allow this to persist.
The suggested contacts feature is pulling out of date information from somewhere (delve?) - even for internal staff.
That means our users get bounces when sending to our own staff!
Remove this feature - or at the very least, allow us control (eg, update caches) so that it doesn't *break email*
Jessica Knipl commented
At the very least make it collapsible and stay collapsed until I choose to expand. It keeps reopening every time I leave the screen.
Reinhard Schuerer commented
The suggested contacts seems to be completely random, the users didn't know the suggested contacts at all.
Why even ask? The default answer to the question "should we allow ___________"? is always "yes". Give the user the power.
As to this specific question.....of course the answer is "yes".
Absolutely - make it a user option.....
Roberto Simi commented
Yep agree with all the comments - this needs to be removed or at least be configurable
Sam Eidam commented
Please remove the suggested contacts, or at least have the option to remove single individuals from the suggested list. Many do not work here anymore.