Managers need to be able to see who has logged themselves out of Call Queues. Will this ever be available?7 votes
Feature controlling to create teams in Microsoft Teams
It would be very convenient if Microsoft Teams can give a feature to perform admin activities over team (installing,opening application with admin privileges likewise)
I am an Admin i will access users screens (computers) sometimes, at times i may need to install some applications then if that application needs admin access then I cannot neither see nor give my admin credentials, where as this can be done in most of screen sharing applications.
System Administrator6 votes
A tool or Powershell Command to test line URI instead of doing an actual call for it. This will help the admin to check the user that has PSTN if the they don't have a license.6 votes
We can use third-party cloud storages in Teams. So, admins want to check the usage of those cloud storages.
At this time, there is no way to check which team is using which cloud storage, so we would like you to implement the feature.4 votes
From voice down to IM’s, we want to have the ability to trouble shoot end to end within any scenario when utilizing Teams..ie: when we had voice issues, from a trace perspective we could troubleshoot up to Teams, but we needed to involve MS to view from Teams to SBC….another example would be intermittent IM's being delivered, other example would be when utilizing meetings, if there is a bad user experience, we want the ability to identify the root immediately and not only after the meeting has ended2 votes
using the Planner integration of teams to connect with somthing like NinjaRMM?
Where you say define a Planner object in NinjaRMM then it is created in PLanner with details about the Device, and Organization it was created for.
When creating the planner object you can choose what "Team/Organization" it should be filed under.
Basically this would create a "Poor-man's Ticketing System"1 vote
The activity logs do not show the time, only the date. We would like to know more precisely when people are using Teams (and all other Office 365 apps, for that matter).
The Office 365 Cloud App Security does a good job with time but does not show the detail we would like in Teams.
It would be great if admins could check the resolution for video calls from video call history in Teams.1 vote
in Cloud App Security we have alerts configured that exclude iOS and Android devices. It appears to me that the Teams app(and other office mobile apps) are incorrectly using the user agent string. Instead of the Device type reporting iOS, it is reporting SkypeSpaces/1.0a$*+
when using the Teams app. Other apps report other user agent strings. This has led to many false positives. Screen shots attached in the file.1 vote
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