How about telling us HOW to set quiet hours now that the feature is supposedly available
The post "Add quiet hours to notifications" says "COMPLETED · Warren (Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Teams) responded
Great news, this feature request has been completed and now available to the public!"
However, I find no quiet hours settings anywhere on either desktop app, web app, or mobile app. My apps say they're up to date.
In a general note, if you add a feature, it seems to me that you ought to at least briefly mention where the feature and its settings can be found.
Right? Where is the documentation?
WTF ... no quiet hours on Mac? "Stay running when I close the app" is an option? Why???????
I still get calls on my iPhone with these so called "quiet hours" on? What are you doing MS????????
And even if its out, it still doesn't work as it should... Teams feels like early alpha still
Jamie Thomson commented
Maybe don't above that something is "available to the public" (as you did on 6th September - https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16940644-add-quiet-hours-to-notifications) until that is actually true (didn't arrive on my iOS device until 12th October)
It was finally added to the mobile apps yesterday, you can now find quiet hours/days under settings.
Pretty sure this feature was not added at all, instead the have added support for "Windows 10 quiet hours". I don't think that helps at all since it does nothing for mobile notifications, other OS or web client (completely useless for me since I don't use the work computer at home). So seems very wrong to close the idea since it specifically asked for mobile.
No idea how to tell this warren guy about that though.
@Andreas I second that about not closing comments--that's where I wanted to post my question in the first place.
Same here, asked around a bit and none seem to be able to find it.
Furthermore, how about not disabling comments immediately and instead allowing some feedback if the feature does whats it's supposed to, if there are bugs or general questions about it.