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.
Allan Griffin commented
please ad aito DND like skype has
Peter B commented
This is still a huge complaint among my co-workers as I try to move them from Skype to Teams. They say Teams is great, but I screen share while in meetings so often, it causes irritation as soon as that first message pop up occurs.
I have been presenting via Teams when an auto update for Teams has been pushed out. This is unacceptable as the presenter sharing content and being kicked out of the meeting to then have to restart Teams and screens being shared. If Presenting or in DND mode Teams should hold the update until after status changes and also a notification would be nice so that it isn't unexpected and you can allow/deny/or pause for a period of time.
Larry Kinkaid commented
Glaring loss in functionality.
Molly Gapp commented
This is a major feature loss moving from Skype for Business to Teams. For those of us who present frequently the only option is turning off all notifications which defeats the purpose!
Adding our request from Texas Children's for this feature as well. Thanks!
Jodi Pruitt commented
Very needed. It is disruptive during a meeting or presentation when chats appear in lower corner, especially if to managers.
Francois Magny commented
This was available (and beloved) in Skype for Business. I'd love to see it in Teams as well. So would our 2,000 users at Farm Credit Canada.
+1 on having this setting
Yes, but I still want to be able to see chats coming on my non-primary screen (the one that isn't presenting).
Kevin Kirchhof commented
Currently (version taken from .exe 1.2.00.13765) the available status is automatically changed to DND if you start a video (or audio) conference. Please let the user decide whether this shall happen automatically or not. My proposal ist for instance through an configuration option in the applications settings (but I don't have strong feelings for the UX where to place this option).
+1 on making this configurable. I almost never share the primary screen unless I'm in some sort of troubleshooting session. Instead, I stick the Teams window over there and share a different application or screen with the meeting. In order to have a side chat while presenting (say, to IM a question to a non-attendee, or to respond to questions from others), I need to be in some mode other than Do Not Disturb. Yes, I could add people to my priority-access list, but it's impractical to add everybody, and there are times when I really do want to block notifications.
Brian Childs commented
This may be covered by this request, https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16941685-use-built-in-notifications-for-macos
Troy Palacino commented
This needs to be configurable. It's also really annoying when I miss notifications that I needed to respond to quickly even when I'm in a working session with someone else.
Also a must have(!)
Jeff Gadzala commented
Please Please Please!!!!!