3 votesTravis Illig commented
I, too, am not seeing the new reaction emojis.
I'm on Windows 10 with version 1.2.00.13765 (64-bit) version of the desktop app, however, I also don't see them in the web application in Chrome, either.
I have tried uninstalling/reinstalling the Teams app, no luck. I have exited Teams, cleared all of my temp files (%WINDIR%\temp, %LocalAppData%\Temp) and opened up Teams, no luck. I have done "Check for updates" and it tells me I have all the latest updates. I have signed out and back in again. I've rebooted. Doesn't matter what I do, I'm not seeing the new reactions.
Other members of my team are seeing them and using them. This is a challenge since, as the original commenter mentioned, it means there are reactions to messages that are happening that I can't see.
I'm using an Enterprise subscription to Office 365, if that matters. It's not the free Teams or anything, it's part of my company's O365 subscription.
1 voteTravis Illig shared this idea ·
We’re fixing bugs identified in the comments, and other user reports we’ve received around markdown, but we’ve decided we’re not going to fundamentally change our markdown support.
This is the first time we’ve declined a request, and it didn’t come easily. We weighed this against other important features we’re working on to deliver and we had to make some tough choices.
Really appreciate your understanding on this, and please feel free to ping me if you have any questions, complaints, or need to rant.
SuphatraTravis Illig commented
The auto-format also fails if you don't type things in the right order. Try starting a link by putting [text]() with empty parens - then try to fill the URL in after the fact. No link gets formatted because you have to put the URL in BEFORE you close the end paren to kick off the auto-formatting.