Automatic DND when presenting
Automatically set status to Do Not Disturb/DND when presenting or sharing screen like on Skype. It's very inconvenient when banners for personal chat notifications come up during meetings, sometimes the content is not to be shared with others. If not that then allow for the option to not show actual text in the banner notifications.
If Skype will be depreciated and Teams is its replacement, this needs to be standard functionality.
Please get this done. Until then likely will not remain logged into teams at all times as there is a chance I'll forget to log out before a meeting.
very poor design....par for the course in microsoft world.....this request was made in AUGUST OF LAST YEAR......
get it together
Steve Roberts commented
I got burned by a sensitive message notification popping up (content and all) when I was presenting to my full team last week. Salary info for a new hire is now public knowledge. Not good. Coming off Skype, I just assumed all modern communications apps handled this automatically. Not only does MS Teams not do this by default (which it should), you can't even set it to do it at all! (I'm talking about automatic message suppression when presenting, not manually enabling DND mode.) If Outlook can do it, why can't MS Teams? C'mon now.
Jerry George commented
Seems like something that should have been there from the beginning. Please address.
This is a must have, I agree. Messages should be blocked when in a meeting, simple as that. Extra credit if the feature can allow only messages from people in that meeting.
Shawn Werber commented
This would greatly improve every meeting at our company, please implement this!
This would be GREAT. Just automatically suppress chat notifications when presenting - make it a "no think" feature and it just works.
Deb Weber commented
I cannot stress enough how important this feature is. When people convert from Skype, where the DND feature has worked that way for years, there will be mistakes made that cannot be undone. It will be horrible and unprofessional it will reflect badly on Teams because no one would expect that you did not carry that functionality forward. NO ONE. Do not fix what isn't broken.
While projecting status of the user should be changed to DND with message that "User is projecting". It was present in skype for business. Sometime it is awkward that all messages are getting pop up above the previous text which should not be visible to the participants which are looking on the screen.
Also instead of showing the unread messages/ chats one above other it should just popup first message. If a person is sitting beside you can read all the private chats unnecessary.
This seems almost like a no brainer!! Syke had it.
I'm shocked there's not more votes for this? We just cut over from Skype and everyone is complaining that they still get notifications during presenting and scheduled meetings!
hi! is there any update on this feature, as of November 2019?
People in company need to have DND feature. Please implement it.
Yes need this feature! I present often in front of peers and executives. If I forget to either hard close Teams or set status to DND, I get IM pop ups when presenting in meetings which is distracting and unprofessional. Skype had this option, which really gave peace of mind since it was automatic. Now with Teams I have this one more thing to remember to do before every meeting.
Wynn Hulings commented
Very inconvenient and also thought stopping and we don't need anything more to interrupt good brainstorming sessions or training.
I agree, there is a need to have this feature in MS Teams
Is there any chance that this has been included? It's frustrating that you have to manually /dnd when you happen to pick up presenting in a meeting rather than having it automatically set.
As a teacher, I really would like Teams to automatically recognize when I was connected to a projector and block the pop up messages. There is sometimes sensitive info that is not for everyone's eyes.
Kristina K commented
why would you not have this feature if you have it in skype?