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Use case... I work where the internet connection isn't always stellar (for example a starbucks, Panera, using a broadband connection). I do business calls with screen sharing. When someone calls me through TEAMS, I'd like to have the application automatically dial out to my cell phone (I'll answer), and then I'll do screen sharing through my desktop computer. There also needs to be an option to dial out to another phone that is easily accessible.
I'm wondering if we can use Microsoft team to function like Share Point. There are a lot of similarities and we tend to switch file share from Share Point to Team. However, I found the files uploaded at Microsoft Team cannot be organized as on Share Point. I would like to add more category to each file so they can be easily filter to search. Is there any suggestions? Thank you very much!
The current font stack starts with Menlo and includes Consolas. With the release of Cascadia Code, it would be nice to have it included in the font stack and before Consolas (maybe even first) for users who have the font installed.
Allow filtering for Azure DevOps connectors for work items. We would like to configure a connector for Azure DevOps work items where you can filter it down to a specific work item. Example "We want to track just Epic A, and ignore changes to Epics B, C, D, etc...
The current channel notification settings are only for individual channels or for individual users.
If users can be notified / not notified from the team and channel settings, it is possible to avoid unnecessary notifications and to notify only users who need notifications.
One of the strong features of classic wikis is the ability to crosslink wiki entries via WikiLinks. There are different approaches. CamelBacK words with intermittent capitalization or the approach used in previous sharepoint wikis using [Links] or [[Pipe Links|Links]] would do, rather than having to copy and paste hyperlinks back and forth. Not sure why this feature has not survived from sharepoint wiki.
Add an area for "my work" through which you can easily access Outlook, Planner (to see your aggregated tasks from multiple planners), personal one note and file space. Could work like the teams area so apps are added as tabs. Would mean that Teams becomes the first point of call for everything