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  1. Take screenshot on desktop app

    One should be able to take screenshot and share in conversation thread without leaving Microsoft Teams app.

    464 votes
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    84 comments  ·  Desktop  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  2. Windows app should stay minimized to system tray

    The Windows app keeps appearing as an active app in my app bar, even after I've closed the app so it is only in the Windows system tray.

    Apparently receiving a notification causes the app to jump from the system tray to the app bar - and that shouldn't happen.

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    declined  ·  Warren responded

    This feature request has been declined.

    Currently if you have the Teams app set to run in the background upon clicking the “X” in the upper right, the app stays active only in the system tray. If you receive chat messages, it still remains in the SysTray.

    However, if you get an @mention, the focus pulls it to the Taskbar. This is by design since you are getting directly mentioned and some action is typically expected. This is a key design element which the team does not wish to deviate from.

    We appreciate the suggestion but will respectively decline it at this time.

    Thank you for the feedback and suggestion.
    -Warren

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