Teams desktop app does not notify me when I'm signed out
My organization just started a policy where Teams sign-in sessions expire after 18 hours. (This is, of course, infuriating.) If I have an existing Windows login when this sign-in times out, nothing appears to change -- my Teams icon sits in the system tray, showing "Available" status (green circle with a check-mark). But of course, I can't get any new messages, and if I actually open the Teams window, I see a sign-in prompt.
Teams should throw up a notification and also change the appearance of the tray icon any time it is unable to receive new messages, especially if this is due to session expiration.
James B. commented
I just discovered that actually I do get a popup window asking for credentials, but this window is not shown in the taskbar, nor does it appear when using alt-tab to switch windows. It also appears under all existing windows, so the only way to see it is to bring Teams to the front, or minimize all windows individually. (Using WIN+D or the "show desktop" taskbar button also hides the password prompt.)
I'm not going to change the original issue text, because the tray icon should still indicate that there's a problem, but this janky login window behavior also needs to be fixed.