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For this item, we’re making great progress. It has now entered TAP validation with a small group of tenants. Will let you know how that goes!
Number of Apps connected to Teams. Number of Apps installed by users. Active Apps in use by users via Teams?
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Hi everyone, the engineer working on this item has left the company and we’re working on replacing him. I wanted to give you that heads up because the work has paused, which extends our shipping date.
I really appreciate your patience as we work to get this back to actively worked on.
Hi everyone, thanks so much for this request.
We have thought this through and decided to prioritize other user-requested items, so this one has been declined. But please don’t stop telling us what you want, because we’re still working to get many of those done. We’re listening and appreciate your support and patience.
Seemed odd having to go all the way to the bottom to see the latest post to a conversation. If having a live conversation whilst mobile might be a bit of a pain. I'd say that by default the latest conversation streams top down and the same within each conversation stream, posts should be latest first(top). However, user might also expect some basic view filtering on conversation streams and conversation posts so they can set their own viewing preference.
Thanks for the feedback.
We are considering a number of ways to better integrate experiences across Teams, Outlook, and other apps. However, we don’t have any specifics to share on this request.
Just to clarify the above issue, if you create a notifications connector e.g. from JIRA in the Office 365 Group that's been created for your Team space then those notifications will only appear in the conversation of the Office 365 group, not the Team conversation. However, if you were to setup the connector from the Team space then those notifications are propagated to the Team space and the corresponding Office 365 group. So provided your notifications connector has been created at the Team level and not the groups then the notices will appear in both conversation views.
The conversation streams between Teams and Office 365 Groups is separate. This could be confusing for users. The Office 365 Group has been purposefully and automatically created for use with the Team Space so the contents and interface elements should be aligned, including the conversation stream. Fair enough, perhaps have different views but the underpinning contents of Teams should be the same. Either that or the Office 365 Group part should be hidden from view.