This work is officially in the plans now. We will update as we have more information for you.
This feature request is still in the works. I hope to have more updates soon. I’ll keep you posted.
Integration with Skype Consumer is no longer under review, and officially planned.
We just migrated to Office 365 and are really disappointed this isn't possible. Even if we have to add the external Skype user as a contact in the tenant, some way to enable calling an existing Skype consumer user needs to be possible.
At the moment we have to direct the person to download the free version of Teams in order to hack together a meeting. Their usual response, as you'd expect, is 'why should I?'
Frankly, we're paying for the latest MS product and don't expect to be made to look bad due to missing features like this.
Performance has been and continues to be a big focus area for Teams. One main area we have made improvements in is responsiveness for the most frequent user actions of switching between Chat, Channel, and Activity. We are also focused on reducing resource consumption and application load time. More improvements are on the way.
Slow for me also
Fix this cmon
Hurry up and fix this finally! It’s just a stu*id chat client! I cannot understand what’s the problem here. Some text, user icons etc. and then that.
Consumes too much of CPU and Memory usage while running background, even slower when maximize the page.
Clippy is flattered by all the attention but plans to continue his retirement.
2nd, bring back clippy, he did almost nothing to warrant this!
You should experience significant improvements in copy & paste of images within Teams, as well as to & from Teams. We are aware of a few remaining issues, but the most common cases are resolved.
Thanks again for your patience on this one.
The OWA team has added a “Teams meeting” toggle in the new meeting item, as a preview feature. If you’d like to try it out, please turn on ""the new Outlook" toggle in the upper right corner. We’ll set this to completed once it’s fully released by the OWA team.
Didnt find “Add online meeting” in Outlook for mac ( 16.22 (190211)).
Is this feature coming soon ?
Some other scenarios I've run into with wanting multiple windows:
1) When in a team meeting, sometimes you want to multitask, but still be in the meeting. I'd like to be able to move the meeting into a separate window, and then use the main window to work on documents, etc.
2) When you get a chat message, it would be good to pull those out into a window so you can use teams to look up information, etc. Currently, you have to jump back and forth between a chat and teams content which is inefficient.
Fully agree with this and resultant comments from others. Why have the ability to create individual Groups to keep things clean and tidy...when the end result is always having to close each of them to work on those you are currently using.
We’re currently working on defining a compact mode experience. I will post more details when we have more to share.
The option to “discard” suggested contacts in your chat list is rolling out to users. We will be making further changes to make suggested contacts more relevant for new users in the future as well, so marking as partially completed. Thanks for your patience with this one.
~Alex & the Teams team
The feature team is still working away on this feature request. No new updates at this time.
Any ETA on a release for this?
This item is still being reviewed and pending a decision. No new details at this time.
Due to a priority shift we need to move this one onto the backlog again.
I’ll keep you posted once we can pick up the forward momentum again.
Hey everyone! We have this already. Just click the ellipses next to the thread name and select “Hide”.
Note that we cannot provide a “hard delete” due to eDiscovery and other legal reasons.
We are working on supporting pinning of video in Teams meetings. We don’t have a date to share yet, but will update as we get closer to completion.
I can't believe this still hasn't been addressed. This is probably the most annoying thing about Teams and why I much prefer to use Polycom for multi-participant video chats, along with it's better video quality. Seriously, as a Software Engineer I can't understand why it hasn't already been addressed.