Guest access profile edit
In Team when inviting a Guest from another organization, the guest shows up only as alias, making it difficult to identify them. The guest access invite should allow the guest to edit the profile to include a picture, or change the avatar name. If the guest is federated or has their own teams, then the profile should to the guest site.
Just not understand why force user to give up skype for business before teams ready to use ? a lot of feature not really user friendly in Microsoft Teams.. really disappointed and bore while using Teams.. not really convenience for users for user to use this. we do have more than 60 users in office who using skype for business before, NO ONE give positive feedback while using Teams.
All users from my organization wish to use skype for business instead of Teams.
How to change guest name
Jakob Fuchs commented
We really need this fixed. Otherwise larger-scale Teams with guests are all but impractical.
Microsoft, please fix this problem
Indeed, @676564354-mike-depouw there is another similar idea - I'm voting on both but guess this one will trump as it currently has more votes despite being newer... still no reply from Microsoft 16 months after being posted though. I'm a guest member of several Teams and being able to update my profile in those Teams would be advantageous.
At least let me post my photo ...
S Luboff commented
Agreed - for GDPR reasons, It should also be possible to edit each member and guest's profile to restrict what each individual can and cannot see. I.e. there are some guests you may want to have access to all files and view the others member's contact details, and others who's access you may want to restrict.
Agree, guest should have the ability to edit profile as well as the administrator.
This is huge when setting up a team with a large number of members. We're currently using Teams for a 60 person Team with vendors. Having a bunch of title-less guests is not helpful to most users. In addition, please allow the Team owner to update a member's title, company etc.
Chris Conte commented
My customer is going to abandon Teams becuase they don't have the ability to edit the Alias into a nickname of some sort.
it is insane that you cannot edit profiles after entering them.
I agree, we invite customers as guests. We can't have them treated as second class citizens in teams
Timo Schönfeld commented
Sould be not so hard.. Or?
Johan Nidelius commented
Also, add fields when adding. So I can add title and busines phone:
Today only "Nickname" or "shown name" is editable within teams. The other fields require Office365 Admin user edit.
Mike DePouw commented
David Schulz commented
This is really annoying... Please fix it...