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      75 comments  ·  Public » Video and Phone Calling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      TimTim commented  · 

      I'm concerned that this will be confusing regardless of the implementation. Notification sync'ing between the two has potential, but conversation history? S4B has no concept of a channel, so what channel in Teams is the S4B history going to sync with? A private Teams chat with all members of the S4B chat? And visa-versa?

      Too many apps with overlap now...maybe S4B should be retired. :-)

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        314 comments  ·  Public » Privacy and Security  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

        Hi everyone, I know its been a couple months since my last update on this, so wanted to let you know where this stands.

        We were aiming for June, as we had stated in our GA blog post, but we’re facing some issues so it’s looking like it will be just a tad bit longer (not too long). This is a top priority, so trust me when I say you will have it soon!

        Thank you for your patience — we really appreciate it!

        Sincerely,
        Suphatra

        TimTim commented  · 

        This is a must have. Today's teams span across company borders. It needs to be easy and seamless, no requirement for a MS account. +10K

        Slack has pretty much set the bar, so Teams needs to _at least_ meet it. The area where Teams has a chance to beat-up on Slack is for all Office 365 users/companies due to the seamless integration...BUT Teams _must have_ feature parity. :-)

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          330 comments  ·  Public » Teams and Channels  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

          Hiya again folks.

          I just wanted to write and let you know that I updated the idea to better reflect the vibrant discussion in the community about exactly what a private channel means. It looks like there are five definitions — shout out to user John Black who wrote it out so elegantly. I’ve included that description in the original idea.

          We still have this item under review, and I’m personally interested in seeing if this request is further changed when we release guest access (coming super soon!) this summer. Stay tuned, stay cool, and as always, thanks for your support of Teams.

          Sincerely,
          Suphatra

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          TimTim commented  · 

          Yes, private channels are important. One use case is specific team members may be assigned to a client's project. There would be a channel built for this project but only those assigned to the project should be in the channel.

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