Rafal Lukawiecki

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    Rafal Lukawiecki commented  · 

    @Jay Chrome. The reason this has not been resolved after a year of waiting and over 776 votes is because Microsoft do not care about non-enterprise users or indeed anything that doesn't increase your Azure spend. Zoom has won this battle and Teams will only get worse. Teams is increasingly failing "normal" users with its poorly managed authentication and authorization and a myriad of usability design mistakes especially concerning scheduling and managing Teams calls. History of incompetence repeats itself: MSN Messenger, Windows Messenger, Skype, Skype for Business, Lync, and now Teams. Adieu.

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    Rafal Lukawiecki commented  · 

    It is frustrating that Teams has so many useless features, like sending Charms, but not the stuff people really need, like resending an invite or even being able to invite multiple people in one go (like pasting a list of email addresses). It is incomprehensible why it is taking Microsoft soooo long to implement important things, 6 months waiting for this one!, while frivoulous things get added sooner.

    Perhaps instead of being an engineering-focused company it should focus on end users a bit more, and not just the corporate ones. It is clear why Zoom wins, by simply focusing on the end user. Rant over.

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