An error occurred while saving the commentCameron Hohle commented
I have used Teams every day for the better part of 3 years. Initially, it wasn't great, but I believed it had potential. MS really hit their mark from about year 2 to year 3. Quality updates with new, useful features, improved functionality, etc. My team did not make the switch for quite some time, but I finally converted them and a number of our clients to Teams.
What a mistake that has turned out to be.
The last year has been awful. Every single update, there's some drastic change. Something gets unnecessarily moved, some useful feature gets removed only to be replaced by some completely useless feature that I am not convinced anyone on Earth even asked for. The same problems have persisted for years now without a fix. It seemed at one time that the vision for Teams was an all-inclusive one-stop-shop app which folded together Outlook and Teams or that there would at least be some basic functionality there. It seemed obvious. Still does. But, after nearly 4 years, users still have to switch back and forth between the apps and suffer through the question mark that is notifications- Will I get it this time? Will it be correct? Will I receive my reminder 45 minutes after my meeting has already started? I mean, come on. Get it together. It's borderline pathetic at this point.
Additionally, what are the problems you apparently cannot solve regarding the mobile app and the desktop app? It is honestly the absolute worst experience with technology that I've ever had. Transferring a call is the worst game I've ever played in my life. And having to work with multiple windows, both of which are an illogical mess from a usability standpoint... It is an absolute nightmare and a failure of epic proportions on your part. Who is making these design changes? Steve Ballmer and Helen Keller?