I've added a more-specific suggestion https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/37114456-flag-message-for-follow-up-and-automatically-add-t
"Add connection to Microsoft new To-Do list function" is a bit vague, doesn't really state what you actually want to happen.
Like Mike Glue (below) I personally would like to be able to add something to my To-Do list based on a message within Teams
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meaning what exactly? What capability do you want to be made available?
Each meeting in a channel appears in that team's calendar which can then be viewed in Outlook (click "Open Shared Calendar" and search for the team name), and overlaid on your own calendar. Might not be exactly what you want but might be a suitable workaround for some.
ditto. I've got the same problem. Hugely annoying.
Can't confirm that its because images or GIFs are involved, but I see this problem frequently. So so annoying.
hold on... looks like the old behaviour has returned. Just tried it on the desktop app on mac and my clipboard contains all the extra gubbins as reported before. All I want is the URL.
Its exasperating that just a few days ago I had a version of the desktop app that didn't exhibit this behaviour and now I've got a version in which its returned. I harbour hopes that in the long term this will be fixed. Permanently.
My current version of the mac desktop app is by the way. Here's what it says in About>Version:
You have Microsoft Teams Version 1.1.00.31953. It was last updated on 07/12/2018.
I've just checked on iOS and it looks like the proper behaviour (i.e. clipboard only contains the URL) is still in place which is good news.
Just tried this in the desktop app on mac and it looks like its fixed. The only thing in my clipboard after clicking "Copy link" was the URL. Nothing else.
Tried it on mobile too, same behaviour there.
Great news. Thanks for fixing.
Glad to see this has made it onto the backlog.
Commenter Andrew has it spot on with " oblivious to how the web works"
update...just tried it on a colleague's Windows10 machine...same happens there
will give you a thumbs up emoji which is not animated, and there are different colours to choose from
FWIW I like the animation and would prefer that it is kept
will give you a princess emoji
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I just realised that this is possible by typing
All emojis here: https://www.emojione.com/emoji/v4 are supported (apparently).
This makes me happy :) . Please ignore this submission
Hey guys, thanks for the feedback – we hear you loud and clear. After talking this over with the Engineering team, I confirmed this will remain on the backlog and we are actively considering how to accelerate.
Tweet me if you have any questions! @skprufo
Microsoft loves Linux apparently. Satya said so. https://twitter.com/techweez/status/1052500718467407872
> we had to pull this back into review. I’ll get you more details once I have them
That was 4 weeks ago. Any update please?
Fantastic news that this is being worked on. There are lots of Linux fans in our org.
Maybe don't above that something is "available to the public" (as you did on 6th September - https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16940644-add-quiet-hours-to-notifications) until that is actually true (didn't arrive on my iOS device until 12th October)
This request is still in the works. And it appears most people are interested in the ability to pin multiple items. I’ll circle back to the feature team and give them your additional feedback.