Grouping of Teams
It would be great to make groups of our Teams (i.e. putting all our school administrative teams in one group)
Hermine Turner commented
It would be great to group teams by categories we create, i.e. administrative, programs, courses, PLCs, etc.
I have dozens of Teams that I am part of. I'd like to be able to organize them into folders on my main Teams page, rather than just being able to filter and hide.
Jamie Maxwell commented
It would be great to be able to have a 'master team' for a department which contains all the sub-teams 'teams' within, so that a department manager could simply be a member of the 'master team' and see all the sub-teams within the one.
Peter Haddon commented
This same point is in another thread with 100 + votes this is really needed
After creating a team it would be great to create groups of students in the classroom to work on projects and assignments. this would be beneficial to staff. learning communities and student organizations. Everyone is a member but you often work in smaller groups on projects. I shouldn't have to create a new team every time I need a group. groups can change throughout the same course/team. many courses provide TBL and need the flexibility to create and change groups within a team.
Yes, please. I am now a member of 31 active teams in three different schools. The number continues to grow. I am losing time looking for Teams. Thank you for considering this request.
I would also like to see this functionality. I have a cluster of Teams set up for our IT team (projects, network, HR/admin, printing, etc) and it would be great to be able to link or cluster these so that it is clear that there is a relationship between them. I am going to make the central SharePoint site behind the Teams a Hub Site with the others as satellites, but it would be great to have similar functionality for Teams.
Similar to this one - put votes here - https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/19169926-custom-group-categories-for-teams