Thank you for your continued feedback. The feature team is actively working on this highly requested feature. We are testing the first release that will have the ability for meeting hosts to create breakout rooms, assign the users to the rooms and call them back to the main room. Please see our roadmap for current status here: https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=Microsoft%20Teams&searchterms=65332.
Due to other priorities, this has been moved to the backlog. We will update you as we evaluate in the future.
An error occurred while saving the commentJennifer commented
Hi Engineering Team,
Our Account Strategist has encouraged me to post this to UserVoice.
We are the largest health research organization in North America, and have a number of medical resident rotations to manage across our programs. Some of our programs have successfully adopted Teams, and want to use MS Shifts within Teams for their resident's rotation schedules.
The issue is that our medical residents don't have a corporate email account when they receive their initial rotations (due to complexities that cannot be overcome at this time), so it would be ideal if Shifts could be accessible to these residents as Guests - similar to their Guest Access to MS Teams.
Enabling residents' access to Shifts would replace a Word doc that they've been using to manually manage rotations/time off/academic half-days. Shifts also allows more than 1 admin/lead to manage changes to that schedule, and gets updates out in real-time to all of the residents. Furthermore, the mobile-ready, integrated Shifts UI with colour-coding makes it really easy for everyone to use - not only ensuring that rotations aren't missed, but also helping residents to maximize their time on rotation when there are changes.
Please bump up "Guest User Access in Shifts" on the roadmap. For the work effort required, it would have an immense benefit to organizations like ours; especially at this difficult time.