It would be great if Teams could make it quicker to access deep folder structures inside of the "Files" tab. A couple of ideas would be
Being able to make a Tab at the top that shows a specific folder in the Teams directory
Being able to create a shortcut of sorts in the Files tab that would open the deeper folder and not leave the Files tab.
BTW, Big fan of Teams!
I agree. Just need to create quick shortcut links to subfolders for better organising. It's annoying having to navigate through all the folders and subfolders.
Deep foldering structures cause problems with URL length, search and findability to name a few. Better choice is to expose the ability to create additional libraries/lists and easily attach them to a channel or tab of some sort.
Damien Fagnou commented
This is absolutely needed, we all want to be in more teams to do more work but the more teams you get involved in the harder it gets it should be easier to managed many teams
Make more folders available than just Favorites and More. Also make the additional folders be able to have custom names.
Should also be able to Follow a channel within a Team without that Team needing to be a Favorite.
Very much agree. We should be able to add file folder locations as favorites. It would really save a lot of time.
Also need to be able to group the fields by location they are stored in. At the moment there just a huge list for files and no search option. Basically un-usable.
Functions for file tab to add deeper and smaller folder are in demand, which make it easier and quicker to get the target doc. for all team member and avoid loging in sharepoint in website tab repeatedly.
Folders is not such a good idea but adding meta information for sorting and search would be extremely helpful - like in SharePoint libraries
I use Teams with my classes. Students get lost and cannot find the files they are looking for.... I really need folders...
J. Heneghan commented
I agree- I don't want to have to wade through all the files when I only need files for a single project (one team, multiple projects)
Sean McClafferty commented
Be able to create subfolders around certain content areas within the Folders tab