Remember expand/collapse contact groups
The new contact list is now live and it has the option to expand and collapse contact groups. However when I restart teams the are all expanded again.
It would be better if Teams remembered when I collapse a group. then I can for example hide groups of contacts I don't use as often.
I agree. I have 4-5 groups with multiple contacts in each. If collapsed, then I can look at 4-5 items with the same alignment instead of 25 items with different alignments. This seems like a super easy fix. Please listen to your customers and fix it asap.
Agreed! Needs to stay collapsed!!!
Agreed! Needs to stay collapsed.
Need this very badly. else headache with Teams.
Kevin Peyton commented
Is there a setting we can check or not to have all our various contact groups to start upon loading the app in a collapsed state? Every time I open contacts I have to go through my contact groups and collapse them one by one, otherwise it becomes a large scrolling game... Many thanks.
John Southard commented
Please give me my sanity back by fixing this!
Philip Henderson commented
Yeah this is a must fix the contacts list is unusable in it default expanded state!
Skype can remember which groups you collapse. Why can't Teams do this?
OMG yes please - quite frustrating when you have an extensive contact list and you are trying to keep things tidy/organized.
Ya, please fix this!!
Mike Martin commented
Seriously, this needs to be fixed ASAP! So annoying.
I can not believe this has not got more votes. The feature I relied on in skype is unusable in Teams. Please Please fix.
Fix this already! 2 years since requested. Simple fix, I bet. I have 50 groups and it's ridiculous that they are all expanded every time I open the app. I have the latest windows version 1.3.00.13565.
Damjan Grimšič commented
Why is this still a thing that hasn't been fixed. It basically makes me not want to use MS Teams at all.
PLEASE CORRECT THIS! It is 2 years since this got posted & requested
Teams User commented
Developers, please correct this. It is a small thing, but it makes for a very frustrating user experience. Even just adding a "Collapse All" button would help.
Raashid Saleem commented
Its a frustrating users experience. . The choice should be with a user to either expand or condense the favourite groups as needed. Not ideal for big organizations.
This shows the level of thought Microsoft puts in its products and the level of attention paid to customers.
Skype was a great product, Lync and SFB a huge step back, Teams headed to a total failure unable to compete with amateur software.
Every single Microsoft product in the last 10-12 years was a step in the wrong direction.
Keep up the good work!