Due to prioritization of other work-items this has been moved to the backlog. We will update when it is being actively worked on again.
This feature request is still being worked upon. No additional status to share
Items still in the works:
2), 4), 5) and 7)
Items we cannot repro:
6) and it doesn’t appear people are hitting it, but let me know
Items that are completed and in the public release:
1) and 3)
We’re fixing bugs identified in the comments, and other user reports we’ve received around markdown, but we’ve decided we’re not going to fundamentally change our markdown support.
This is the first time we’ve declined a request, and it didn’t come easily. We weighed this against other important features we’re working on to deliver and we had to make some tough choices.
Really appreciate your understanding on this, and please feel free to ping me if you have any questions, complaints, or need to rant.
Adding any emoji as a reaction remains under review.
I am marking this as partially done to let you know a new reactions bar with Like, Heart, Laugh, Surprised, Sad, and Angry has begun rolling out to all users.
We’re currently working on defining a compact mode experience. I will post more details when we have more to share.
This feature request is still be reviewed by the feature team. No additional details are available at this time.
Channel topics/descriptions are something I use frequently on other message clients to display a message that will always be visible, such as information on what a channel is for, where to check for information before asking a question, etc. However, in Teams, this information isn't visible while using the channel, instead it is only available in the team channel list, where most people wouldn't think to look for it.
Also, please consider making permissions more configurable, so people don't necessarily need to be admin to change the channel description.
This item is still under review by the feature team. I have no details as to when a decision might happen.
We are getting closer… the team is almost ready to rollout MacOS notification support internally for testing – we hope to have it to the public by the end of this quarter.
This item is still on the backlog.