Ability to have sub-teams within a larger team chat structure. These sub-teams should receive notifications on issues that pertain to them while the rest of the team can see the messages but should not be notified.
As an example, we have two teams(data management and tech support) that coordinate work together in a channel (support services team). When messages need to alert TS or DM but not both, there is no way to use @data management to notify only the relevant part of the team. We have to use @support services to get the attention of both.52 votes
It sounds like you are asking for Private Channels which should release later this calendar year. You can follow the topic at: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103/suggestions/16911079
A workaround, for the time being, would be to create a team “support services team” and have “data management” and “tech support” be their own channels.
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I came into the feedback hub to post/upvote a bunch of suggestions for changes/additions but before I focused on the "what's still missing" I wanted to send the positive feedback that so far Teams has been the most compelling Microsoft user experience I have had in a while. I am enjoying it so much that most of my subsequent feedback will be pleas to integrate and consolidate more microsoft app functionality under the Teams umbrella so I can work almost solely out of this great experience without app switching. Thanks!15 votes
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