This feature request is still being reviewed. The team is working hard to make numerous changes with regards to notifications, but they haven’t forgotten about this item.
I hope to have more details soon.
This is still a problem. The polite "blurp" and toast that disappears just isn't enough to get my teams attentions. If I send my teammates a message in Skype a window pops up that they have to deal with. Teams they just ignore or don't hear/notice at all.
We have been iterating on different designs and are starting to test internally. I don’t have a timeframe but will keep you posted.
This suggestion is still planned. I don’t have further updates on timing, but will share as we have them. Thanks.
This item is still being reviewed by the feature team. No additional news to share at this time.
What's the point of keeping a history if there is no way to find anything in it? IBM Sametime had this 10 years ago. I can download a Pidgin IM client right now and have a fully searchable history. We need to be able see results within a channel with time/data stamps and partial context and be able get to the full context for those results easily.
The feature team is still investigating this item and a decision has not been made yet.
Pet peeve. In the context of "on-premises", premise is not the singular of premises. They are completely different words with different meanings. Shame on the lazy "journalists" that published some articles using cloud vs premise and made so many engineers looks stupid by copying them.
It would be great to have a plugin for collecting Agile Planning Poker Estimates in Teams. Ideally you could:
- Give it a backlog query from on-premises TFS
- Select a backlog item
- Collect estimates privately
- Have them shown all at once and then averaged based on your own formula (straight average, averaged to nearest Fibonacci number, etc.)
- Have the result fed back into on-premises TFS.
Even without TFS integration it would still be extremely useful it could handle collection and aggregation of the estimates. It would give us a reason to use Teams over just Skype for Business.
"Geed" is supposed to be the word "Give".