Show if call forwarded or from a call group in call history / missed calls
If an incoming call is being forwarded from another user or is being forwarded as part of a call pickup group, this is displayed in the popup call notification, however it is not displayed in the users call history. The calls just show as a missed call.
This is causing confusion for users as they see these forwarded/call group calls as missed calls and then try to return the call.
An additional column or a different 'Type' for these calls would resolve this issue.
This feature is on the backlog. We will update when we have more details to share.
It is a very needful function. At this time, it is not possible to see, if a call in call history / missed calls
Wim Allegaert commented
We also need this. Lots of user complaints
We really need this feature - too much confusion around calls
I have no need to see details of any call, missed call etc that does not directly relate to me. Please stop listing my team group call history under my name - just my calls thank you.
Jane Logan commented
I agree with the previous comments, causing unnecessary confusion
this is massively confusing for the EA Teams - no one knows who the call is for - more info is required to make this a seamless transition from the old Skype to Teams - it was apparent on Skype who the call was for, who was forwarding it etc etc ....
This is really important when theres over 10 people in a call group and noone knows who the missed call is for.
Looks bad if 10 people call back the same person
Really need this feature in the Teams call history. I am a delegate and it's sometimes a challenge when a missed call is not returned or returned in error because I am not sure if the call was for me or my boss.
I can easily see the difference for incoming calls so hope it's a quick fix.
Our organization requires this feature to know when missed calls are directly to their numbers or if it's a delegate call. This is very important to assistants of VPs.
Looks it's a simple fix because incoming call already shows the call on behalf of.
Looking forward to have this simple feature in Teams.
Really missing feature :(
Tom Spuhler commented
Mircosoft needs to show that Teams is a serious call platform. It can't be the case that telefony in Teams is not well thought-out. We see monthly updates wich add unimportant gimicks. Serious problems wich hinders people from profressional use don't get anny attention. This is a tradedgy and I don't understand why only 116 People seem to complaint about this.
Ingo Kailuweit commented
That's the biggest problem in which prevents our rollout and it causes a lot of annoying internal discussion about missed calls.
In Skype it wasn't an issue but in Teams there is no way to identify who got the call. Another Field in the Callerlist with the information would solve it. Should be a very small developement effort.
I can't understand why this is not on the top priority, everyone should have an issue with it.
I would love to see an update on this. This can easily get annoying.
Please also indicate if calls were coming from a delegate as well..
Reggie Noble commented
Yes this needs to be fixed.
It is a major cause of confusion for ring groups.
Skype for Business used to give the number. Teams doesn't. This is a much needed feature for users who answer call from customers!
I'm in the process of rolling out MS Teams with Polycom phones, this issue is a major source of confusion and concern for customer service with the organisation.
People have call groups of 5 people. If the original person does not answer their phone, the other 5 ring. When the original person sees their missed calls (after returning) they cannot tell whether the call was answered by a group member or not.
Ideally the history should read - call from 123456 for 234567 answered by 345678
Main issue is that people will see a missed call on their history and call back, however the call was not intended to them as they are just on their call groups. Causes massive confusion.
please add additonal column with "type" soon to avoid calls which could be avoided
Daniel V commented
We have a customer that rolled out Teams telephony. This missing feature is the major complaint of affected users!