Create @distribution sub-groups
would be awesome if you could create your own @distribution group. There are times when you want to send updates to a subgroup in the tea
I'm sick of @ tagging the same individuals every time I post - @ tagging a channel is too broad and at the same time too "Silod" for a lot of posts.
This would be very useful in my work as well.
Please add - would solve issue of using teams for breakout groups in a team meeting.
Please add this - - much needed for the required online distance learning for schools
Please add this feature. I'm bored reading topics miles away from my responsibilities even when they are from my own team.
This would be very helpful when interacting with sub-groups within our larger team. Please implement.
sub-channels or sub-groups would be an awesome expansion of MS/Teams.
I am currently seeing "proliferation" of "MS/Teams" areas in my org, and then the increased use of "channels" within the teams. However, in our org, even the channel scope level is too broad, we would like to have a further level of refinement while maintaining a hierarchy so people can still readily find content.
I know the options of "folders" exists in a channel … However that does not allow the @blah communication.
I guess then this could be facilitated by "sub-channels" or the ability to create public "groups" for communication that could be @blah used.
Meri Savola commented
I also need this sub group thing! We have 15 participants in a channel that consits of 3 groups (5 members in each). We would like to make calendar reservations for members of each group easily. If there were subgroups 1, 2 and 3, e.g. the reservation would just be made to group 1 and you would not have to pick each participant separately.
Jorge Moreno commented
I need this sub-group thing.
Nick Sabbe commented
Especially in the "General" channel: I want to post messages there that are optional (but interesting) for most, but want to tag people from a (sub)team to specifically "force" them to read it.