Custom Group Categories for Teams
As I create more and more teams, I need to be able to group or categorize them. It seems like the only native groupings are "favorites" or "more". I would like to be able to create other categories. Once I get over 30 teams, grouping them into detailed categories is going to be imperative to stay organized.
Still under review by the feature team. Nothing new to report at this time.
Carl-Fredrik Persson commented
Andrei Pugatsov commented
Would make Teams expirience better
Geralyn Akers commented
This would be helpful to combat Teams sprawl. When we are working with different vendors, on similar initiatives different teams will be created to keep discussions/projects confidential. Being able to group these would help me find the Team I am looking for.
Lisa G commented
Seems like this is a popular request, pending for 4 years! I have so many Teams, some are project oriented, some are more for work groups or social. It would be great to be able to add a category, like we can do in Outlook for emails.
Jan Henk commented
Any updates ? This item has been open for almost four years now and the latest MS response is from 2018....
This would be extremely useful, as we use a large number of teams in our organization. For me this would be a huge improvement!
Jason R commented
Hey @Warren...it's been 2+ years...how about an update?
Jim Bob Howard commented
This is desperately needed!
1. Create multiple groups per user (e.g. Favorites, Projects, Corporate, etc.)
2. Ability to sort groups (Alpha by name, for example)
3. Ability to sort within groups (Alpha by name, Chrono by added, et. al.)
Please... add a grouping capability!
How can it take more than 2 years to review such a fundamental feature.
We have one team for each employee, teams teams for leadergroups, Teams for internal business development projects, and we would like to create a team for each of our customers, but with the lack of capability to organize the 200+ teams I fear this will be a nightmare and cause a lot of badwill . And that's a shame, because Teams is a nice tool...when you finally find the team you need to work with:-)
Please add -- For the most part, I love Teams but staying organized is becoming harder and harder!
Gabriel Noel commented
Hello Warren. Can we get an update on this?
-last update was over 2 years ago for under review. Looks like it's a top feature request from many users.
As Team roll out and usage increase users need to be able to meta/classify the teams/groups/collaboration beside a simple sticky and custom order of list.
Leverage Browser Bookmarks idea for this simple functionality.
Think of it as a simple bookmark function that is present in all web browsers but do it in the teams interface.
Andy Z. commented
Can you please provide an update? This issue is not getting better with more time to pass and more teams being created. Thank you.
shift happens commented
Grouping of teams/categories is a highly demanded must-have, otherwise users are drowning in endless team lists.
do you have any update? We get lost with all our unsorted, uncategorised Teams.
This becomes a real problem in our company.
With every new client project I miss a cascading tree or folder structure of the "Teams" and "Channels":
A general team for a client, below that some teams for each client project and inside of that different channels.
In greater projects even several "sub"-teams within a project would make sense.
How many votes do we need to elevate this feature request?
David Fisher commented
REALLY REALLY would like some even basic ability to define groups and show them in those groups in the UI. Ideally you provide us the ability to tag Channels also.
This is 2-3 year old request. Please help us.
David Carswell commented
Elizabeth Hittle commented
PLEASE!!!!!! The organization of multiple teams in varying places is becoming very cumbersome!
Not even the Icon Colour can be changed to help avoid putting internal stuff in an external Group, when naming is similar (as also the Name cannot be adapted to an individual Display Name for the Group). There is really nothing in there to support any kind of organizing the Teams. Please do! Don't make the growing popularity of Teams become an issue!