Justin King

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    Justin King commented  · 

    for additional clarity: chats should be universal, not org specific. If Im invited to another org and switch over to look at the various teams I should _still_ get chat messages, and not have to "switch back" to answer a quick message.

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    We know you are patiently waiting for this feature. This feature is being implemented in stages. Fast tenant switching is currently in testing both internally and with early customers. We expect to release to the public in the Fall. I’ll post an update once it’s rolling out.

    Full multi-tenant, multi-user support will be added after fast tenant switching.

    ~Alex

    Justin King commented  · 

    These seem like multiple fundamentally different ideas and as such it may take years before everyone sees what they want. Id suggest NOT merging these into one ask. The largest ask is one of multiple accounts. The key issue here is the _client_. The ask is simple: just let us log into multiple accounts at once, just at you can with Outlook. Build a collapsing tree view on the right so we can easily browse across accounts. No integration, no cross tenant work, no shared channels. Just let me open multiple accounts in the client.Other options that involve possible complex backbend tenant work is nice to have, and speeding logout is cool I guess... But really they miss the ask:. Log into multiple accounts in one client.

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    The guest/federation option in Teams is a complete failure from understanding customer needs to it's execution (even if e wanted it, it was done poorly).

    All that is needed is effectively a duplication of what already exists in mail systems like Outlook or other chat systesm like Slack.

    1. buisness creates an account for you (or uses an invite wizard that does this)
    2. you add account to your client
    3. you effectively see messages/mail from all logged in clients.

    Instead, what we got is a complicated guest/federation system that is riddled with "landmines" that keep proper account use from even occuring:

    1. Customer uses invite system to add a user.
    2. If IT setup an account for this user, he has to be careful NOT to select this user otherwise the wong acocunt will be invited to the chanel.
    3. If IT setup a mailbox and tried ot be nice and setup a forwarding rule to the invited person ... that person might still get an invite email ... that will not work.
    4. But if IT setup a contact, or someone else did this setup before so said user already exists as a guest in AzureAD ... then it's OK to select that user. Good luck knowing when.
    5. Then the guys accepting the invite needs to be careful. Becuase if he ever created both a Microsoft Account and has a federated account with the same email address ... then he risks opening the link under the wrong account and never being able to use Teams as you can only log into 1 at a time ... meaning full logout log in to change orgs.
    6. All the above needs to be done just so that we can have .... an accelerated logout/login process with the client that doens't even amke it possilbe to see messages from mulitple orgs.

    It's just an awful experience. All you needed to do was allow teams to log-into multiple accounts at once and make a light-weight user-creation process for teams (like slack does) and all of the above hoop jumping would be resolved.

    PLEASE: reconsider if guest account/federation is even really nessisary for teams. All the user base wants is a simple multi-account login. Outlook does this perfectly, so we know you guys can pull it off.

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    Justin King commented  · 

    In an Agile development workflow this is a critical feature.

    In competing products, a channel or group chat can be made around specific stories or defects, and said channel will only live as long as the story does. This makes for an "ideal" experience as multiple people can join, discuss, and contribute on very targeted topics confidently and archiving when complete.

    permanent channels discurages this behavior, and instead starts to lend it self to generalized "topics" which quickly become 100+ member messes that people stop following.

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