Allow a notification or multiple notifications to be snoozed x number of minutes. Sometimes it's not possible to reply to a message right away, so having the ability to snooze a notification for 10 minutes for example was a very useful feature of slack, so that I could snooze the notification and be reminded of it at a more opportune time. Giving a range of snooze times is also super handy for accomplishing this, as well as the ability to resnooze for subsequent periods. For example on slack you can snooze a notification for 20 mins, 1 hour, 2 hours, 4 hours, 8 hours, or 24 hours.
Scott Strite commented
Add that this should also be per Room or a Meeting Chat. Snooze for period of time to allow any runaway conversations from causing distractions, however will turn back on notifications after period of time to capture any new important notifications.
Srikanth Gutlapally commented
This needed ASAP. Teams are being pulled down because of simple, sensible and elementary things like these.
This needs to happen! It's way to easy to briefly read a message that requires follow up but not be able to set any sort of way to remind, or schedule that follow up.
Giovanni Mattucci commented
This is sorely needed.
Adam van Vliet commented
I'd like this idea expanded to chat/messages as well, not just things that create a notification.
sometimes a 12 hour snooze is appropriate...….
Great idea, this is the best idea they've had in a while.
I like this idea, in general, but would like to offer an expansion!
I would like to be able to snooze notifications from any specific team for a period of time.
Example: There are some teams I'm a member of where folks ask out for help. Without seeing notifications from that team, I'm rarely going to hop into that team to see where I can help because I'm busy with other things. I'd like to get the notifications on a normal basis, but when I'm diving deep into something I want to be able to snooze notifications from that team for x hours because I'm too busy to respond to casual help requests.
Thoughts? Should I create a separate request?