Hi there, you’ve reached the user feedback site for Microsoft Teams. It’s managed by our Customer Advocacy Team inside Microsoft Teams Engineering led by Karuana Gatimu. Our entire team believes in representing your needs inside our engineering group and we appreciate the time you take to share them with us. Rest assured that a large team of dedicated people read and discuss your feedback!
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For official product and feature updates we recommend three things:
As soon as one of the "passive" meeting participants clicks the left mouse button a differently shaped mousearrow appears. So everybody can quickly explain something on the current view / display. The mousearrow has no function, so you cannot press a button or do something else. It just appears to simplfy Explanation in discussions.
It takes too much effort to quickly distinguish a posted message from a message you're creating. Especially when you're jumping from channel to channel. It would be nice to be able to tell the difference at a glance. the containers are too similar in look. The purple indicate is not enough to know that its active.
One of our goals is to reduce or eliminate email for internal discussion. In order to address several teams with the same message, we have to fall back on email. It would be more efficient for us to be able to @ several disparate teams to send them a single message.
I have five Teams accounts from separate companies. I'm always logged in to the wrong account, so I never get the messages people send me. And I can't join meetings without switching accounts because I don't want each company to know about the other ones (client confidentiality). So basically, I avoid using Teams as much as possible.
It would be better to move the call, videocall, screen-sharing and add people buttons from the right-upper part to the bottom of the screen, because when closing the window one can unintentionally push the call or videocall button
From time to time we need to be supported by external partners for an advice, a recommendation, an expertise on a subject. We would like our partners to be part of a conversation but not be part of the entire Teams as members (these kind of Teams are R&D and are very confidential). What would be efficient : type @and their email address in order to notify them as we do when they are members of a Team. (This feature exists in Yammer and would be appreciated in a Team).