Activity feed for ALL Teams activity
Right now the Activity tab only shows conversation activity. This tab should show ALL activity across ALL Teams activity: Files, Planner, Wiki, etc.
W Gordon commented
Completely agree with this. In fact, I'd add that it also needs to be across all Teams sites/orgs that you are signed into as well.
We have users who are looking for other tools to collaborate outside our organisation because they don't get notifications from anything except the active site/org.
I agree. I am missing way too many activities when team members post files or use wikis, etc. Everything should be in the activity list if i am following the channel.
Yes to this and all comments below.
Андрій Деркач commented
As the end-users reports - it's a really good idea to collect all notifications from all kind of activities across all Teams. i.e. for now, an end-user doesn't know about the latest file or Wiki updates in one's team
Scott White commented
Teams ****** on e-mail. E-mail is effective for highlighting, summarising, and filtering activity. E-mail is lousy for chat, communicating in groups and collaborating. Teams is effective for the second and pathetic at the first. With a few adjustments it could do both.Teams should NOT become and email client but apply E-mail's method of displaying and working with communications.
Scott White commented
The "activity" section is too weak. It seems to ignore many activities and seems to remove activities from the list. Is should show ALL activity, new chats, chat comments, channels, channel comments, uploads, calendar events, etc historically, most recent first. with sophisticated filtering. Clicking on any item would take you to the appropriate context.
Agree: it's hard to get a view of all the updates that have occurred across various channels/teams since it only includes the conversation history. E.g. to log a summary of all activity, you have to go into each Team and each Channel and view all of the changes individually instead of having a clear snapshot of all changes for a certain period (e.g. for a weekly report/summary purpose)