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Ain't that supposed to be within Yammer business model?
As a justification, I can say that sometimes channels gets created with improper names and need to be renamed, so is the folder under it. Unfortunately, most of the time, people have already an email address to forward emails to channels and conversations have started in the channel, including attached files.
Currently, we can't change the default storage folder and renders our Sharepoint repository non-compliant with our naming conventions.
We end up creating new channels, copying everything from the previous channel, but the conversations remain in the previous channel, and therefore, we can't remove the old channel.
This is causing serious problems in our organization since a consultant has recommended to use Teams as a document management system instead of focusing on its collaboration features.
I'd like to extend this request so we can decide to which folder email attachments should go and the naming convention. I know I could create a flow to perform such manipulations but it would be more efficient to have it embedded as part of email processing.
Also to be able to decide wether or not we want to keep the original email would be helpful too.
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To avoid propagation of channels taht would lead to maximum of channels being reached, or propagation of Teams, we'd like to be able to close certain channels by exporting the conversations and deleting the channel.
There are currently no way of archiving the contents of the conversations.
Though we should transfer the contents to a more structured documentation, there are parts that are not destined for any kind of structured documentation. They sometimes reveal to be helpfull.
Having some sort of archiving would help us keep track of what was said.
It would also greatly improve user adoption. Some people just stick to emails because they can manage themselves how archiving is done.
By the way, I suggested this because wight now I took notes in wiki and can't access it from my phone and I can't copy it to another app like Word or OneNote in order to make it more executive. I must copy paste each entry manually.