User should be able to mute *all* notifications *easily*
Teams on Windows Desktop.
There's currently no easy way to mute all notifications at once from Teams.
The use case is a user needs to focus on something important for a while, mutes Teams' constant overflow of notifications temporarily, and when finished re-enables the notifications. A simple and single switch to enable/disable all notifications doesn't currently exist, and the platform's (Windows 10 Desktop) notifications interface (Start --> Settings --> Notifications & Actions --> Senders) cannot be used either, apparently Teams doesn't leverage the standard notifications provided by the platform like it is done elsewhere such as on Android.
This is a standard and mandatory functionality in today's applications. A user must be able to enable/disable all notifications easily. Therefore, it's being added as a bug not a feature request.
Do Not Disturb doesn't help. The user's online status visible to others should remain unchanged (available/busy/away... etc. according to the user's choice).
Going through the dozens of dropdowns in Team's Notification Settings to disable each notification category one at a time, and then revert it back to their previous states is not practical and would take a significant amount of time, completely defeating the purpose.