do not send messages when <enter> is pressed. change to another shortcut key.
I have to edit my messages several times because every time I press enter for a Carriage Return, it sends instead. I know the shortcut key for Carriage Return is SHIFT+ENTER but its not very intuitive and makes for miscommunication. Thank you for your consideration.
Please implement this simple change.
CHANGE THIS MICROSOFT!!!!!!!!! IT'S THE BIGGEST, EASIEST FLAW TO FIX IN TEAMS AND EVERYONE IS ASKING FOR IT.
THERE ISN'T A SINGLE PERSON IN MY ORGANIZATION WHO DISAGREES.
This is the worst feature. LinkedIn used to have this awful interface feature as well, but now allows you to turn it off. Please learn from your sister company. PLEASE i hate sending incomplete messages....
If you open the format options this stops this from happening and goes to the next line (the A with a pencil)
I cannot teach ZBrush as a standard shortcut has been stolen by teams. ctrl shift space is hijacked even when teams is not in focus? this is completely unacceptable and makes teams unusable for me. can we get this behavior fixed? this is no longer 1990 Microsoft, things have moved on. allow us to edit or disable shortcuts.
Proposal: Use a Power Shell look (e.g. "TS>" and blue background ) for Teams as long as Teams Chat behaves like a command line interface . ;-)
Graham Wild commented
Please add an option for the user to select what happens when you hit enter. I know you can use shift enter, but that doesn't fix the problem. I know I should do a lot of things, but that doesn't mean I will do them.
Yeah this is such a pain, I have sent so many messaged when I was still drafting them by mistakenly hitting enter which is not what happens with other applications we use daily.
Mervat Bentley commented
Having the ability to set as option to use "Enter" key to send or not send is the best option...:) So here is my vote to promote it higher on the list..:0
We're evaluating to move from Slack to Teams.
FYI - Slack has this option so a user can customise the setting themselves so Enter either goes to a new line or sends.
This setting/option needs to be in Teams for us to move. Please consider adding what is a simple setting.
I agree.. please change this beaviour... use ENTER key only for creating spaces between lines...
I agree - use a send short cut
Sending when entering/returning is not intuitive. It is annoying. There is a send button for sending. The short cut for sending shouldn't cause angst :(
Ryan Cole commented
I find that when I am trying to type fast or under pressure, I often tap the enter key while going for the right shift or backspace with my pinky.
It is embarrassing when you are speaking to people much higher up in the company and you have to send: " *paint " really fast after accidentally sending:
"I think the guys on the floor need more pain".
This feature has been requested for at least four years now, and it is effecting user adoption in my clients when migrating them to O365.
I know what it's like to be a dev and the pressure of having a ton a fixes, let alone features, to build on your plate; so please, just do what you can.
Most frustrating thing is switching between mobile and desktop versions of teams continually.
One allows carriage returns in the message, and natural typing - the desktop version less so.
Just started using teams when I got a job at a large corporation a few months ago. I have accidentally sent prematurely by hitting enter key. Figured I would now google and find an answer how to change that so it does not send. This is the first thing I have read on the subject. Very surprised to apparently find that this is an issue that people have identified as a problem and it is not fixed.
Please, please, please! Even if it's just an option to disable sending when <enter> is pressed; I get that some people probably love it but for me it's probably the single most annoying thing in Teams
Alex Talbot commented
Change it to CTRL + ENTER as in to send an email!
Vote from me! Enter MUST be a carriage return!!
This was handy feature in Skype
Totally Agree, we need to have this option in Teams.