Allow users to set own "landing page" experience. Rather than taking me to the last place I was on subsequent open, let me decide what I want to see first when I open the app each time.
Example, I shut the app in a conversation, but next time I open it, I don't want to be back in that conversation, I want to be in the Teams tab or Planner tab.
I completely agree with the suggestion to allow users to set own "landing page" experience. I do not want to see what I just finished. I want my list of favorite contacts to be my default. Even better yet would be a blank landing page with the icons along the left-hand side.
Marc Roussel commented
Very good idea. I was about to write that and then I found this. Thank you
This is a huge concern for my organization right now that doesn't use Teams Boardrooms. Users always login as themselves in the boardrooms, so opening Teams (or Outlook) to join a meeting is often a gamble as to what will be displayed on the first view and who is in the room at the moment. Activity, Chat (especially), Teams, Meetings, and even Files could have content that other people present in the room should not see. Having to be cognisant of what view you last left Teams on every time is not ideal.
Need to have a blank-ish welcome/landing page when opening Teams every single time, or at least have that option.
need to do this at an enterprise level
Bodie Massicotte commented
I agree. It would be nice to set the landing page to "Activity". That way I can see everything that is happening in my feed across all my teams. Good for planning my day and see a snapshot of what is happening right away.