I like having notifications on my mobile device, but would like the option to silence notifications for after hours and weekends. Potentially, selectively per channel/team.1,636 votes
Great news, this feature request has been completed and now available to the public!
Thank you for all your feedback and suggestions. :) Enjoy the feature!
I would like to be able to install for all users of a PC via and MSI, the current installer installs into the users Appdata which means each user has to install manually.
I would like to see a "proper" installer than loads it to Program Files for all users664 votes
Good news, this feature request has been completed.
You can find details on MSI installation instructions at: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/msi-deployment
You can find details on SCCM instructions at: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/understand/introduction
Thank you all for the feedback and support.
It would be great if I can decide how the app starts up, like start up at boot but minimized, start up at boot maximized, do not start up at boot, etc..462 votes
Switching status to “completed” from “We have this”.
We do have this feature!
In order to have the Teams application start in the background you will need to set these two items.
Under Settings, within Teams, you need to select both of these options:
1) Auto-start application
2) Open application in background
If those two are selected, upon restart of the OS when you first login in, the Team app should start in the background and only appear in hidden application bar and not on the main Taskbar.
Please NOTE: If you exit the Teams application, then click the Teams’ icon to launch the app, it will now load in the foreground. The background start up is only when you first log into the OS and the application automatically launches in the background.
It would be great to have the Teams desktop app UI to be manually scalable. The default scaling should be set based on the system settings for scaling, but the UI should be scalable independent of this.
(should I mention Slack allows zoom in/out with Ctrl+ + and Ctrl+- key combinations and Ctrl+0 restores default setting)
I find the desktop UI too small for my eyes. I do have scaling enabled on my Windows computer, and other apps and programs work well, but the Teams client bothers me being too small.351 votes
This is DONE!
Email me if you ever have any problems with it, so I can re-open the ticket. My email is sparavi (at) Microsoft (dot) com.
It'd be great if Teams had an ARM64 native client for Windows on ARM. I just got a Surface Pro X and while Teams works fine as a 32bit x86 app in emulation, I have no doubt it'd really shine as a native ARM64 app.261 votes
We have launched the new native ARM64 Teams app for Windows 10 on ARM. You can download the app from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/microsoft-teams/download-app.
There is no action required for devices that are currently running the 32-bit version under emulation on Windows ARM as they will be automatically updated to the native version of Microsoft Teams.
Please publish the update history for Microsoft Teams Client on the Web. I can check the list of Update history for Office 365 ProPlus on t
Please publish the update history for Microsoft Teams Client on the Web.
I can check the list of Update history for Office 365 ProPlus on the web.
We also want to publish information on the Web, so that I can see the details of added and updated features for Microsoft Teams clients.243 votes
Thank you for your feedback. You can check the update history at https://support.microsoft.com/office/what-s-new-in-microsoft-teams-d7092a6d-c896-424c-b362-a472d5f105de. The team is exploring options to improve the update history list, and the possibility of including build numbers.
Please add the ability to turn off the "check spelling as I type" feature in the Microsoft Teams Windows app. I use the web app instead of the Windows app simply because I cannot turn off this feature in the Windows app. My opinion is probably in the minority, but I find automatic, real-time spell checking (with the squiggly red lines) to be the most annoying feature ever implemented in any computer program -- even worse than "Clippy" the Windows paperclip help assistant.241 votes
Thank you for your continued feedback. The team has been hard at work on improving all of our users’ experiences, and now you have the ability to turn off automatic spell checking!
Please see documentation for changing settings, here: https://support.microsoft.com/office/change-settings-in-teams-b506e8f1-1a96-4cf1-8c6b-b6ed4f424bc7. Thanks!
Teams restarts several times a day, it says a new update has been installed. I think something goes wrong with installing the update and then it tries the same an hour later.
I run Teams as a standard user (non admin), maybe it doesn't have enough priveledges to successfully finish the update?
Please fix.156 votes
When a new chat has come in add a red taskbar notification like slack does. I depend on it to know when I have a message.125 votes
The current version of Electron used to compile Teams is VERY out of date and is using Chromium v69, while the production version of Electron currently is using v83.
Using older Chromium versions in environments that have security audits can cause problems since it has the potential to flag CVE's that are unpatched in older Chromium versions. Not to mention, newer versions have various bug fixes and performance enhancements.104 votes
Thank you for your feedback. While the version numbers may show an older version, we are constantly updating and back-porting patches to the versions of Electron that we are using.
please share any document/article/ command line for pushing setup files using SCCM.23 votes
The option to install via SCCM is now available.
Instructions can be found at: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/understand/introduction
Please have dark theme for Desktop version.4 votes
Dark Them on desktop is available, please follow the link for more information.
IN the latest release notes 11th october it states that the settings have been retooled to improve them, however when I click on profile icon there is no "Settings". (Desktop version and browser version) niether have it. What am I missing here?4 votes
As we shared earlier, we’ve rebuilt the Settings menu to make it easier for you to manage your preferences. Now, you can change your app theme, language, and notifications settings all in one place.
To access your settings, click on your profile picture and select Settings. This update is out and available.
If you are having difficulty accessing the updated settings, please let us know within the comments below.
The Teams desktop client for one of my users is constantly crashing when it tries to start up, then ends up in a restart and crash loop. We tried uninstalling, then reboot, then remove files and directories from %PROGRAMFILES%,%APPDATA%, and %LOCALAPPDATA%, then reinstall. The new installation also crashes constantly. This just started this afternoon.4 votes
Hi everyone – we’re sorry you saw this crash issue! I’m happy to announce that our team has just deployed a solution. If you are still affected, you may need to uninstall and re-install Teams to fully restore service (https://teams.microsoft.com/downloads). Please let us know if you need help troubleshooting.
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