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This has probably already been mentioned, but need to be able to add existing Notebooks to a Notebook tab. Currently when you select it you can only create a new one.
I'll have to look futher into Stephen's idea of creating a 'website' app with an existing onenote as a temp workaround.
It brings me double-rainbow level happiness to give you an update on this item.
I know I’ve been mum about it, because I work on the Teams team and this feature request is dependent on the OneNote team, which is a building of purple-caped productivity superheroes in another part of campus. But I’ve gone to the promise land and I have good news to share:
Coding has started on this item. I can’t tell you when it’s going to be done, but I can assure you ITS COMING!
And you know why?
Because of your support, enthusiasm, and love of not just Microsoft Teams, but OneNote and Microsoft as your source of ultimate productivity. Thanks for believing in both of these products, using them like champs, and pushing us to make them both better. Me and @LauraCatPJs thank you.
Thank you for flagging! The SharePoint team is working on this. Will let you know when they make progress. You can also nudge them along on their UserVoice: https://sharepoint.uservoice.com/forums/329214-sites-and-collaboration
Having issues with this myself. I renamed a channel and manually renamed the SharePoint folder. Issue with that is the 'Files' tab is now broken in the channel.
I attempted to manually add it back through a Sharepoint tab, but it only allows me to point to the ENTIRE document library rather than a specific folder. Seems very odd.
Get excited, folks.
I seem to have the opposite issue. I'm trying to add a specific sharepoint folder and it is only allowing me to point to the entire document library
My votes in for this one too — I’ll let you know once it goes live.
I wanted to give you all an update on this.
So, we have been reviewing this item and we’ve found that its a very difficult to do, given how our product is currently built.
We are interested in hearing any workarounds you have done in order to meet this need (moving content around), as this may help us think of new ways to solve for this. Please add your thoughts in the reply chain.
Thanks for your help, and the great ideas.
[insert round of hi-fives to everyone who voted for this]
It’s happening, folks!
Thank YOU for making Teams awesome.
THESE ARE DONE
1. Delete your own messages anywhere in Teams.
2. Now Team Owners can choose if users can edit/delete in their tenant as well as choose if admins have the power to delete any message posted in public channels.
THIS IS COMING:
Delete private chat threads: If you want to be able to delete an entire private chat thread, please know we are still working on this one and it will take longer than the above features.
This is under review! If you have more ideas/feedback specifically on this item, please sign up for user testing here: https://1drv.ms/xs/s!AryUNzh1ogZzif8pDcOcx2pW45I87w
You can also tweet me at @skprufo if you have any questions.
This concept has promise. I've only been playing around with Teams for a couple weeks, but if it had dial in capabilities for meetings I could look at this being rolled out company wide and replacing some other existing UC tools and saving money.
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.