We are getting closer, and are still working thru some bugs, but hope to release this as part of a Public Preview pack in early 2021! (Windows 10 released with the December 2020 pack this week)
You can learn more about the new Microsoft Teams Public Preview program here: https://aka.ms/TeamsPublicPreview, and Teams administrators can find documentation to manage which users will see the Public Preview option here: https://aka.ms/TeamsPublicPreviewAdmin
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The fact that Microsoft had time to implement their own hacky notification system, but didn't have time to implement the 10 lines of Objective-C / Swift required to send a notification to the control centre speaks volumes about how Microsoft approaches their client side software development. I am continuously amazed at how such a large company manages to consistently miss the mark on features that have been industry standards for nearly a decade.
Honouring Do Not Disturb settings is baked into the Mac OS Foundation SDK for this exact reason! Why did you guys ever think implementing your own Notification system would be a good idea? Does Microsoft have some sort of phobia against standard/core libraries and SDKs?
That being said, I'm glad that this terrible mistake is finally being rectified, but I urge Microsoft to step up their game and read the documentation/hire people with actual experience for the platforms they are using, or they will find themselves being left in the dust once again by competitors who actually have their **** together.Anonymous supported this idea ·