mark content as spoiler
A certain film came out recently, which I have yet to see. However, as Teams is used for more than just work related communication, articles about said film are being published. One of the biggest culprits is articles with spoilers in the blurb or headline.
It would be nice if there was a way to mark these posts as "spoilers", so that perhaps by default they are collapsed with a hint to why it was marked as a spoiler. Then, when the post is tapped on, the content could be shown. This way, the content isn't exposed for those that don't want to see it, but still accessible for everyone else.
Ted Statham commented
It's been almost 4 years since this was suggested. It can't be *that* hard to do...
Would be very useful!
Seriously it's been to long for this to NOT be a standard on any group chat platform.
(if your reading this please vote)
Andrew Baldwin commented
Yes, I can second this too, also for optional to read text, e. g. log snippets and such.
Elias Ewert commented
I need to actually third this. Smash Bros content is often spoiled for me and with it being my only real outlet from WFH, it hurts in the feels
Austin Taklbox commented
I can second the Smash Bros comment. I nearly lost my job over the lack of a spoiler feature.
Anthony Pietz commented
That would be great! Sometimes people spoil content in Smash Bros highlight videos and then I am sad when I finally get to watch them 30 minutes later.
Ashley Glover commented
Some tagged based like Reddit eg. >!spoiler!<
We need this now that there is much more non-work content on Teams due to Corona. For movies/TV and for quizzes.
Jerry Jackson commented
This would be a very useful addition.