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.
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I’m sure you’ve heard the news by now: Teams and Skype for Business will converge into one. Here’s the official blog post: https://blogs.office.com/en-us/2017/09/25/a-new-vision-for-intelligent-communications-in-office-365/
And other articles for reference:
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
Start off your weekend with good news: we’re working on this!
Thanks to everyone who brought this feature to the forefront and shared feedback on their use case scenario. Very helpful!
I wrote some more product updates on today’s Teams blog in my weekly column, “Weekend Reading” —
Hi everyone — just a heads up that I edited the description to include some of the most poignant comments from this thread. If you have any other info you can share about performance and speed, please keep adding them to the thread here. I’ll routing each to the Perf team, since that really helps for emphasizing urgency, demand, and user pain.
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