Mike Baker commented
Seems to be no rhyme or reason what words are considered legit in the current (apparently closed-source) dictionary.
If adding something to the dictionary is a no-go, at least let us ignore the spelling "error". Nothing like the CEO of a big money startup being constantly informed that his company name is spelled wrong in every. single. message.
Evan Ezewski commented
1000 times this!
Kelly Mansell commented
Also agree with Gregg!
I agree with the previous posts, that MS Teams should use the same dictionary that all the other O365 apps use.
And make it editable, too.
Daniel Moore commented
Basically, when I move over to Microsoft "fat apps" my speeling and custom.dic don't follow.
Obviously, not the legacy .dic file extension in use, but if tying into a real dictionary that has already learned my mhisspeelings it'd be wikkid pissah and a rheel thyme sahvah.
tanks in advunce
Andrew Baker commented
For anything healthcare-related, this is a must-have. Not a nice-to-have.
I agree with Gregg! All MS should use the same dictionary
Gregg Richard Grimm commented
Best option would be if TEAMS (and YAMMER) used the same Dictionary that I use for WORD, EXCEL, and other OFFICE solutions.
Allow add to dictionary for spelling corrections. Currently only allows you to correct your spelling to one of its dictionary words. SSID (wireless) as an example is not in the dictionary and it won't allow me to add it. Like i just did for this suggestion on the webpage.
This used to be an option and I set it to English as soon as I saw Teams not recognise 'spelt' and 'colour' (wtf?). But now it's downgraded back to Unglish again and I can't change it back...
I have a co-worker, Tomika, it underlines her name in red, but when i right click, i cant add it to the dictionary, i believe you could do that in skype
No add to dictionary feature currently exists. Add the O365 dictionary and use same if installed.
Can't see where to change the dictionary to World English - it's stuck on US English.