Sadly, work on this has stopped and been reprioritized. It is on the backlog for now.
I’m sorry folks! I’ll continue to include this in my internal reporting as a highly requested user item.
We’ve heard your suggestion and soon the ability to hide chats will be released. To access it you will simply click the “…” overflow menu from the left rail, on the chat you wish to mute. A fly-out will appear allowing you to either Favorite, Mute, Hide, or Leave the chat.
Look for this by the end of the calendar year! -WarrenBoris shared this idea ·
More good news on this front! This week we shared our official roadmap for convergence: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Teams-Blog/Roadmap-for-Skype-for-Business-capabilities-coming-to-Microsoft/ba-p/119636
And here’s the PPT deck of the roadmap in case the GIFY makes you dizzy:
Tweet me at @skprufo if you have any questions and I’ll see what I can dig up for you.
We, when installing Teams, simply disable Skype for business and allBoris commented
Skype for business needs to be put to sleep as a sick dog and actively develops the Teams :) We could not accustom users to Skype for business for several years, the users took the Teams immediately within a couple of weeks
I have some great news to deliver!
Soon we will be sharing with you the ability of a unified presence! When you click upon your portrait in Teams you will be able to set your status and see it reflected SfB. It doesn’t matter which client is being used (SfB or Teams) they share presence!
Also, when a meeting starts feedback from Exchange will switch your presence to “busy” for your meeting.
Look for this early in the new calendar year! -Warren
First off, thank you for all the feedback you have provided.
I have some good news to share! We have made a big improvement in how Teams uses memory. A large impact came from how Teams uses the Giphy picker.
The best news though… is that our memory usage improvements are out now! Heavy users should be seeing a significant (approx 230mb) decrease in memory usage.
Thank you all for your input and please keep it coming. Your feedback helps us build a better product.