Most recent conversations/replies on top.
I'd like most recent conversations/replies on top. Scrolling to the bottom to see the newest replies is a terrible experience.
Please list the most recent information on top. Scrolling to the bottom to view the latest information is very inconvient.
I would also prefer to see latest information on top, which seems to be pretty much standard in other applications.
I personally don't have any other tool where the new information is on the bottom hence I am really struggling with the user experience in teams and was really surprised to see that there is no setting to changes this. Please include this for an efficient use and a high acceptance when people are moving towards Teams. Thanks
Please implement settings to allow the users to determine themselves how their teams chat is displayed (oldest vs newest thread on top; order or responses within one chat)
Kevin Hill commented
Weird. The comments to this are sorted just like we want. lol.
Kristen Nichols commented
How is this not a thing?
Joseph Nielsen commented
In addition to having an option to not have posts jump out of order when new replies are added.
KRISTIN RICE commented
I would like to see most recently had conversations at the top. I would also like to sort chat contacts by their status (available folks at the top.... I need to find that vote next).
In this forum the newest input is displayed first and the oldest last. Interesting that it should be better in Forms the other way around! I guess that the supporters/developers have no desire and no time to scroll down to the bottom every time! Neither do we!!!!
Lack of at least the option makes for inefficient Teams and I thought it was supposed to be about efficiency.
Many in our office team complain of the frustration of using Teams for this single reason
Amanda Clegg commented
I run a Team, and was just asked if I could change the order of posts. I said I'd investigate.
Very disheartened to read the feedback on here, and that this request has been declined up to now. You must realise this is a reasonable request (this very page has most recent posts at the top) so why decline it?
I have DOZENS of "individual" chats happening amongst my colleagues - but the 'Recent' list on the left only places the chats in the order of when "I" initiated them or when my colleague initiated it with me.
What sucks is when I'm having a convo with 2 people, but they are separated in the 'Recent' list by 20 people and I have to scroll ... back and forth... back and forth... back and forth.... when I'm talking with both of them.
Can't MS just make it so chats with the most recent activity are brought to the top? This is 2019, right?
Tom Mulhern commented
Notice that THIS VERY FORUM shows LAST IN FIRST!!! FFS, Microsoft, implement this one simple actually relevant feature. It is a huge gating factor for our team of 320 potential users.
Carlos Gongora commented
Please enable this feature!!
Tom Kenny commented
agree, users should have the choice on how they want to view their conversations
This is a business app. In most of my other productivity apps conversations are newest to oldest e.g. email & yammer...it's annoying if i don't have the option to sort it the way I want - its unproductive.
Matt Reynolds commented
As described by everyone else already, this should have been included in the first release. Although the simplest and most basic things are the easiest to overlook during development. As a plus point, I would like to see the option as the team owner/admin to pin important posts at the top regardless of sorting order, such as team guidelines, links to useful/already existing files etc.This would be very useful for my new team members who are completely new to using Teams.
Karen Stuart commented
Totally agree. Must be simple to fix/amend/do....
I am perplexed as to why the sort order is this way. Newest goes at the top! I have this same issue with One Note. At the very least, this should be configurable by the user!
Burkhard Lahr commented
I support this request strongly!
Scrolling to the end of a conversation is more than tedious.
Thanks for getting this done, Mr. Gates!