Thank you for your feedback, the team is working on this ask. We will share an update as soon as one is available.
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@Damon Betlow you can re-assign their number to a new call queue which will allow you to control where calls to their old number end up. This must be such a common requirement that I am surprised there isn't a specific GUI process for it in the admin console, but you can manage it.
The harder problem is how to manage their settings while they are temporarily unavailable (taken ill, forget to set call forward before holiday etc).
Integration with Outlook is planned. We will update you as we have more details.
The team has delivered improvements to the New Meeting experience in Calendar such as optional attendees, richer custom recurrence UX, as well as enhanced meeting RSVPs.
To learn more about RSVPing to meetings in the Teams Calendar, how to create a recurring meeting, and the new meeting scheduling experience including the scheduling assistant, please visit https://support.microsoft.com/office/schedule-a-meeting-in-teams-943507a9-8583-4c58-b5d2-8ec8265e04e5.
The ability to delete Bot messages feature has been added to the backlog. Thank you for your feedback!
Thank you for your feedback! We are hard at work improving the Shifts app experience including adding recurring shifts. In the meantime, we wanted to share some tips and tricks to help with some pain-points mentioned:
1) Make Edits to Your Schedule (Delete, Undo, Minor Copy Edits): Shifts works similarly to Excel in certain regards, so make sure to highlight shifts with your mouse and utilize keyboard shortcuts (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Ctrl+Z) to copy, delete, or undo actions. We find it helpful doing this particularly in month view and week view.
2) Copy Button: Use the copy button on the top right to copy any timeframe you need for the entire schedule.
3) Search for Shifts in Creation Phase: When creating a shift, utilize the search command to find shifts that have already been created in the past.
We’ll keep you posted when we have more news!