I really like this feature. It would be great if it was built into the #MicrosoftTeams desktop client so it was available to more people. I have attended multiple meetings when the presenter pointed their laptop at a real whiteboard and picked up a crusty, dying red marker.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered for testing the Office 365 group calendar. The TAP team will be reaching out as we are closer to being ready.
@Jeff Messer, tap your profile name and untick the option for notifications on ‘new comments’. That will prevent you getting an email for every comment on this thread.
Sorry for the delay on an update on this one! I’m hunting down the status for you and will update once I have it.
Also, if you are interested in participating in testing or surveys for this, just tweet me at @skprufo.
This request is still on the backlog.
Even if we had a tool tip that displays the full file name, that would be useful.
I support this request. I know that chat for Tabs is separate to chat on a document. In this case, it would be useful for them to be one and the same.
A document may be pinned to a channel for a time. Then removed to make room for another.
At least after removing a document tab, the chat remains, even though it's not visible from the document.
Maybe look at exposing the document level chat when it is pinned as a tab.
I agree with this, as long as categorising a Team is simple and uncluttered.
This feature is still in the works. No additional details are available at this time.
Hi Suphatra. We can create links in Conversations using Markdown. E.g. [text to display](https://linktotheresource.com). But that's a Power User / Dev way to create a link. Two methods could be
1. Provide a link button, allowing you to select text and hyperlink it.
2. Paste a link into conversation, select it and right click to edit the link display text or URL.
We have been iterating on different designs and are starting to test internally. I don’t have a timeframe but will keep you posted.
Using reply makes sense. That allows you to have threaded conversations rather than one long thread.