Disable the "If your site isn't loading correctly, click here" message
This message is not correct, it does not provide any value (suggests I use a browser instead of Teams) and occurs every time the tab is loaded or displayed - that could be fifty times in a single workday a day. It is displayed on every website I've tried, and yet they all load just fine in a tab. It basically makes the "website" tab unusable.
Kathy Bine commented
The only time this has been useful has been when I linked to a Planner site using the website option because the user interface didn't present me with an option to connect using the Planner app. This only appears in the web interface, not in Teams itself. The better solution would be to fix the Planner app in my environment so that it displays all the Planner instances, which would allow me to use the correct tool to add to the tab... but that isn't in the offing. grr.
manoj kumar commented
What is troubleshooting steps if it says - the site is not loading up and how can we load correctly.
Paul Hale commented
Please remove this as it's driving me and my team nuts.
A misleading message that is confusing to the users. Any traction here?
The irony of the situation is that we are linking to a SharePoint picture library - it is not even an external website!
David Shumate commented
Has this been handled? Is there a way to get this to stop showing up when loading a modern list page?
Same problem here! Please add an option to remove this banner!
Justin Verthe commented
I agree. We publish PowerBI Reports with Public URLs using the website tab and this pushes the PowerBI page navigation bar off the screen for our users, causing panic that reports are now missing. It is very aggregating.
Fannar Freyr Kristinsson commented
Agreed. The functionality has worked on all sites I've used yet I get that annoying message on all of them.
Please remove this annoying thing.
Mark Lynch commented
I get this message as well both in the app and in the browser.
I have connected a sharepoint calendar to a teams channel, the page loads as expected in the app, but does not load in IE.
Both times the message is displayed.
Grant Quick commented
This issue is affecting me as well. It makes users think there is something wrong with either Teams or the website.
Paul - ELEARNINGFORCE commented
I agree, there should be an option per tab for the team owners to decide not to display this again as many sites open fine inside but get this message.