Remove the "hidden" Window for notifications on Mac OSX
Currently when I click on the Window menu item, there is a permanent option in the list for "Microsoft Teams Notification". I assume if you used MacOSX notifications instead this may not be necessary. Is there some way to remove this otherwise? It doesn't actually do anything when you click on it.
Same issue some 2 years later........
Yep, definitely the greatest annoyance in my entire work environment.
Teams is the embodiment of everything that is wrong with Microsoft's approach to usability and this is just another example where they've built such a monopoly on supposedly enterprise-quality software that nobody challenges it when they release a lemon.
If Teams weren't bundled for free then I can't see why anybody would choose to use it voluntarily.
[Deleted User] commented
Exactly, getting the same issue. Messes up when trying to switch to the teams app from another desktop space because the hidden notification window get focus. Haven't found a way to fix this...
Erik Humphrey commented
Only way I've found to fix this is restarting the application; the window shouldn't persist when there aren't any notifications active.
Has there been any update on this? It is very annoying and the only "fix" I've found is restarting the app (which only works until a new notification comes up).
Dave Pijuan-Nomura commented
This is incredibly annoying, as the hidden notification window gets focus when switching to the app, requiring me to click the main window before doing anything.