Teams Member and Channel Member
Team member of an organization might be member of one project/channel and might not be member of other project/channel. So I am supporting this idea: to be able to create a channel that consists some of (not all) team member.
My team has multiple channels, For some of those channels we need to work w/ users outside the team. These users do not need access to the Team as a whole, just a specific channel. Example a Project Mgr for Product A that is managed by my team only needs access to the Channel for Product A
Also, custom members ordering with save order option will be nice.
I think this here is the same idea, but with more votes.
Combine your votes and maybe it'll happen.
A button to be added inside each channel to display the members of that specific channel
Kim Schiøtt Christensen commented
I support - and you should be able to mention (@) a channel, thereby its members, without the rest of the team getting the @-notification, and without it having to be a private channel. It’s not covered by private channels - it should be more of a “primary channel members”- and “secondary channel members”-setup. Same rights, different @-level.
I work as a teacher, and this is the model we end up going with, at our school (therefore the need of this idea):
The organization = Team
Class teams/Subject teams = Channels
Private channels = Private teams
Other channels for General information (f.ex. General).
Students >< Teachers:
Individual MS Class Teams = Flipped classroom, assignments, blog
in order to avoid effort to get the amount of teams organized and managed I would like to have the option to manage team member on Channel Level.
* all possible members on Team Level
* add members to channel individually
Looks like this will be covered here... https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16911079-support-for-private-channels