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As stated in the last update, the ability to use multiple Teams accounts at the same time is being implemented in stages for Desktop. Faster tenant switching functionality on the Windows client has been rolled out to the public ring fully, and Mac will begin rolling out soon. Work is in progress on cross-tenant notification improvements, and support for multiple accounts on desktop will follow. We’ll keep you posted!
Note: The ability to use multiple Teams accounts at the same time is supported on iOS & Android today.
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This is still under review by the feature team. No new details yet.
doesn't work in numerous browser. policies in the company do not allow quick update of Chrome and Teams do not work on IE11 nor 3-month's old Chrome! it's ridiculous.
it could also be used as more detailed information about channel - e.g. rules how to post
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if you look at working pattern it would be IMHO: user creates a file in documentes, they are synced to OD in cloud, than puts it to Teams for collaboration...
and there comes a problem - file is duplicated.
- there is lack of an option to put a link/share a file from OneDrive. or at least make a default action 'MOVE' instead of copy, so the users is somehow forced to use same version of file.
there are more missing features making working with files quite ineffective:
- if you put a file on a channel, and want to put it in yet another channel.. .it's duplicated again! there is no 'link to file'
- no version control when copying same file to the same channel [overwrite or copy options only]
in general: in the background, handling of files sucks. always duplicates and creates new versions instead of linking to the same file which should be default for anyhwere possible.
as far as i see - it's in contrary. file is copied to a sahrepoint teams lib.
if you re checking 'recent' - this is a list build from YOUR files and YOUR activity and not 'recent on teams'
Just click on “Files” tab from inside the channel, and then click the “New” button. A drop down will appear — select “Folder”.
there are very few colums in "files section". maybe don't need to CREATE folders but there is a column 'location' showing where the file physically is, but what lacks is 'channel' with the information where the file was published - on which channel or maybe in private converstaion