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For official product and feature updates we recommend three things:
A tab is needed to show all the shared media, documents, links, audio, etc in a channel or in a chat. For example, I should be able to see a snapshot of all the jpg/png/etc images, another one that shows all the documents shared, etc. This will make it easier to find this type of content.
Currently the Teams OneNote tabs are on the left. This is destructive for longtime users who are used to having them either on top or down the right side. Any options in Teams for the original OneNote layout?
When I approve day off, it adds time-off box to person's schedule...but it also doesn't automatically move their old shift to the Available shifts section at the top. I appreciate it doing 1/2 the job, though.
If a message is only one line, you cant copy the last word of the message due to the annoying hover affect on a message.. The only work around is to double click and select all the text and copy that. But then you get a bunch of other garbage when you paste the content like the timestamp and sender.
It would be nice if we can have a team calendar where we can go to a specific day and enter that we will be on PTO completely separate from the Outlook Calendar. It would show who's out per day. I can grant access only to the calendar to other specific folks that are not so they can see if someone is off that day or not. We can put in a comment that we are on PTO or out half a day, etc.
PLEASE! reduce the amount of updates you push through. I am receiving them at LEAST 3 times a day, and I end up missing messages that I received, since when the program reopens, they are marked as viewed. My coworkers share the same complaint, and we would appreciate if you would consider changing this.