improve speed of scrolling up in chats
a ton of time is wasted waiting for chat text to appear then to find that its not what you were looking for
please preload more data or reduce the delay on loading the content like google hang outs does, its much smoother scrolling thru history
its difficult to navigate thru recent history when its all blocks
Does anybody know why this is not tagged as and logged under "Bugs"? This is an ongoing problem within our organization and makes it nearly impossible to find something that happened many days or weeks in the past. Since the search is under-powered, many people rely on scrolling back through the channel as a first attempt at finding what they need.
Horrible waste of time.
Christian Sinding Nellemann commented
What George Morris said. This makes Microsoft Teams feel like someone's first attempt at scrolling in an app.
This doesn't seem to happen with Slack
George Morris commented
Once the chats load, STOP UNLOADING THEM. Once we scroll and the chat messages appear, they should not disappear again. LEAVE THEM LOADED while in that chat thread! And for God's sake, give us an export button to export an entire thread!!!
Yeah, this is complete nonsense. Seems like every step they take is backwards lately. Stop screwing around with the 365 partner portal interface, and fix the **** like this that doesn't work.
Nathalie Meigs commented
Trying to scroll to the top of a very long group converstaion, trying to find a specific topic in a conversation without having to search the entire Teams topic and treads, trying to use the key board to navigate within a conversation, trying to use ctrl+f to find something within a conversation won't work.
Even the filter on top of the chat tab works only on contact names where it says filter by keyword, it does not filter the content, only the contact names...another defying the purpose issue
Any suggestion to help navigate, this is kind of defying the purpose of efficiency that Teams promises.(Personal opinion)
Marcus Ahlberg commented
It takes a couple of seconds to load conversations when scrolling just a couple of screens. And then I have to wait to load the most recent conversation when I scroll back down.
also could we have a way to skip back in history, say by week or month, to a selected date?
Scrolling up through history in our Windows 10 locally installed Teams app is incredibly slow for our users. This really needs to be resolved. We do not see this issue on the teams mobile app.
Using search functionality is not a satisfactory replacement on top of the issues that we have with the search feature (i.e. cannot search a specific thread).
takes me forever to find old conversations, it shouldnt be the hard
gk tt commented
just wtf.. this long scrolling in enterprise class app..
Praneeth Mudiganti commented
I just switched to Teams from Slack and already regretting it. MS, can you please fix this? I seriously can't believe this has not already been fixed in spite of so many users complaining about it.
Gah! OSX is reporting an increase in memory usage of roughly 5mb per page of messages loaded.
The further you scroll back, the longer it takes for messages to load. It's ridiculous. I know I have to scroll back to the 7th May 2019, because I've searched for the message and I can see *one* message. Now to see the context around that single message, I have to manually scroll back 3 months. If you're not going to fix the scroll lag, then at least show +/- 3 or 4 messages around the search results...
They will not fix it.. their fix will be to wait until regular skype is completely gone, and then between then and when the folks who have business skype hosted internally can no longer use that.. Then they will get around to fixing it.. We just went back to slack and its amazing.. Remember Microsoft... if your answer is "there is no fix" OUR answer is to use tools that don't have that problem. But who knows.. maybe they want to get out of the chat business and let it die on the vine..
I simply don't understand why you cannot make local cache file have a size limit before splitting.. or have a new local cache file every day and be able to modify the settings to suite your needs..
when you scroll back to historical messages and you see greyed out blocks - click with mouse on them several times and then messages load much quicker. So basically you scroll-click-click and force Teams to load messages. Helped me go back in 2 months history much quicker. Strange behavior though.
This is a minor issue but it makes the application far harder to use than Slack. If I had the choice, I'd choose Slack over Teams primarily for this reason.
The 'choppy' scrolling in teams is both distracting and annoying - please consider fixing it.
Any news in the case?