Full features of Teams embedded in iOS app (creation/managing of teams and groups)
Please consider the iOS application basically a full featured client - I travel extensively and use the ipad as my primary device. Configuring a group channel (tabs) etc. all adds up to a lack of adoption of the application within geographically disparate teams working virtually. I love Teams and believe there is great upside with this platform however I can't rely on having a legacy desktop computer to access the resources.
I will flag this item as completed since Teams can now be created via mobile devices.
As for the creation of tabs within channels, I’ve created a new request to separate out the ask. Please up-vote this item at https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103/suggestions/34112959
Thank you for your feedback.
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Jason Lacovara commented
We have many users who work mostly off there iOS devices, adoption is difficult because of this.
Seline Kopperud Sørensen commented
We are a school currently in a process where we are getting 1:1 iPads. This is great and allows me as a teacher to challange my students at different levels without a lot og extra work.I tried Classroom last year and was excited about ising teams this school year. However, if I am to use my ipad as my device, I need to be able to add and manage teams in the app. There are also, like Will writes, other features missing from the app, that will make me look for other apps to use rather than using what is already availible via Office365 for Business.
Daniel V commented
I miss the creation of teams and tabs heavily!
Highly appreciate this idea!
If it's not universally implemented it's useless.
Arden Shackelford commented
At least from what you've mentioned here, your needs are being worked on. The App exists and their working on adding the ability to join meetings.
Yes, this is a must as our team travels a lot and use a lot mobile devices
I don't get why tabs were not implemented in the mobile apps already surely this is a must!
Antonio Perez commented
A lot of people are on the go, so the mobile app needs to be as strong as the desktop one, you have to be able to attend conference calls, etc