Private conversation inside a Public conversation
Looking to use Teams as an internal Crowdsourcing initiative.
Is there any possibility to switch from a Public conversation (meaning that the conversation under the channel is visible to all the members of that particular group) to a Private conversation (meaning that only 2 people will be able to see it and it will be hidden for the other members)?
This should apply no matter if the users are internal or guest/external.
This sounds similar to Private Channel feature requested in some other thread.
In our team we have a small group of individuals who work as developers and also take care of logistic needs of the team, now they don't want to bombard the entire team with their conversations which is irrelevant to other developers. A Private Channel is a great way to handle this, but personally I think having a private conversation within the public conversation window is a very bad idea.
If it's a conversation between two people you must be using the chat option as Ross mentioned.
This seems completely antithetical to the point of having a "Team". If you're discussing something that the rest of the Team shouldn't see, then you should be making a separate Team or just messaging them in private.
Daniele Coli commented