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Yes please the "Recent" tab has too many files so I wanted to check in one of the more specific views. Unfortunately the OneDrive view does not include a "shared with me" view.
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.
Someone recently asked us where an email sent to a teams email address was going. Answering that question is next to impossible at the moment. What we ended up doing is sending an email to the address with a unique subject, then using O365 Content search to find which team the message went to.
The content search did not tell us the channel, but that was the closest we could get short of crawling the the channels using GRAPH.
I have read that this can be done using GRAPH, but we would really like this available from the existing powershell module.
Cannot upvote this enough, I thought I was getting features before everyone else, turns out I was the last to receive the feature.
Would each person need to acknowledge or any one person satisfy the requirement for acknowledgement?
I've wanted this on the desktop client ever since I could do it from the mobile app. I would be using it multiple times a day!
Just like we can see number of messages sent over a period of time, messages by member in each team is also useful. Even more useful to us is chat activity over the last 30 days. Or, the last activity in the team. I'm okay with just looking at chat history of all channels to gauge activity. When looking through the 100 teams I see teams with 1 member that are "active" with the last message being from 2 years ago... Maybe it's time to archive that team!
Same, call comes in and I have to ask the person I'm speaking to hold on while I wait for the volumn in my active call to return to normal.
Teams has NOT reached feature parity with S4B. This is a good example of a feature that makes migrating from skype to teams impractical at this time. Please implement this existing skype for business feature
Also, this is a duplicate of the feedback item below, which has more votes
I found this article which talks about external communication. I don't think it includes Skype users but wanted to share it in case I am not the only person that comes across this item thinking it was talking about skype for business too.
I understand teams is at feature parity with Skype as of Aug 2018, yet cannot find this feature.
I thought it was fixed but Just experienced it again today. If the original 2 participates are in teams you can add a 3rd PSTN person. However,
When the original 2 participants is 1 teams user and 1 PSTN user, adding another person to the call is not an option.
We are still considering this feature for future releases, and will continue to update the status when it changes.
Have people in our company that love to creating new teams of one channel with the identical membership of an existing team. The ability to archive teams is one reason they do this.
Looking forward to the day we can remove that reason from the equation
Updating the status to “Try this instead” and have added the clarification that after 30 days the name is once again available.
The reason for this decision was that Channels can be restored 30 days after being deleted. During this time, we intentionally don’t support creating a channel with the same name. After the 30 days, the name is available.
You can workaround this by restoring a deleted channel, renaming it, and then deleting the channel again. The previous name is then available for use.
This workaround has already been mentioned in the comments and if an immediate reuse of a Channel Name is required, this is the recommended solution.