Not sure if this is out there but I think it would be very beneficial to be able to group teams into folders or groups. This would help our team a ton with organization.
Ping @microsoft any news on this one?
James Rustad commented
I would really like this. It would neaten up Teams for me considerably.
This is very much needed. I currently have over 50 teams (engineering consultancy). I want to group them into projects, management, marketing, and development.
I already organise them like this by dragging them around the side bar. But I would like to be able to expand/collapse the groups & demarcate between them.
I this this is a very good idea. This would help with organization
Valentin Kuenzle commented
Even simple lines in the vertical teams overview would help!
Randy Sailer commented
The folders and sub folders should be set up and arranged by each user individual user for themselves.
Michiel van Otegem commented
There are at least 5 similar requests with ~130 votes between them:
Can these be combined into a single item so they get better visibility?
Same for me, also voting for such a solution
YES. It's nice that we can reorder the list of teams but I want to be able to separate by group. Is there any workaround? I was thinking I could create fake team to act as delimiter for each group of teams.
I agree, I have way too many teams and things are getting lost. I want my main teams in one "folder" and then be able to organize and collapse teams that I am just a part of, but not actively engaged.
Chad Kealey commented
100% agree that there needs to be some way to group (no pun intended) entries in the Teams sidebar. The days of people doing one job are long gone (at least in Academia), and I have 8 Teams related to my ongoing positions, along with another 12 or so for projects and several more that I'm tangentially involved in. Even if it provided a way to sort them by "last time I visited", that would be helpful. Ideally, though, it'd be great to have the ability to created headings, assign the group to a heading, then make the headings collapsible.