Notification spots appear against contacts who have deleted the message they related to
When I look in Teams for the first time in the morning, colleagues may already have had significant conversations. Spots appear against their names if they have made a contribution to a channel. Today, I clicked on one of those 'spotted' colleague names, and couldn't immediately work out what I was supposed to read in the channel listing. After some scrutinising, I realised that I had been directed to a spot which said 'message deleted'. Do I really need to hear that a colleague has thought better of a message they posted? I would rather that that spot 'went away', if there is no longer anything for me to consume. I'm not his supervisor; I don't need oversight over items he might have decided no longer to share with me. I am short of time. We are in world-wide lock-down. I have to divide my time between parenting my children, managing our house, home-schooling my children, and fitting in some modicum of work. I really don't want the work tools to 'trigger' my attention on 'nothing'.