Thanks to everyone who volunteered for testing the Office 365 group calendar. The TAP team will be reaching out as we are closer to being ready.
Let me my voice (and vote) to this. It seems rudimentary that a Team be able to all have access to the same calendar within the same UI that MS is trying to get them all to collaborate.
We are still considering this feature for future releases, and will continue to update the status when it changes.
I think this is supposed to be delivered soon. See https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16911079-support-for-private-channels
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.
This feature request has been declined.
Currently if you have the Teams app set to run in the background upon clicking the “X” in the upper right, the app stays active only in the system tray. If you receive chat messages, it still remains in the SysTray.
However, if you get an @mention, the focus pulls it to the Taskbar. This is by design since you are getting directly mentioned and some action is typically expected. This is a key design element which the team does not wish to deviate from.
We appreciate the suggestion but will respectively decline it at this time.
Thank you for the feedback and suggestion.
The feature team is still reviewing, there is lots of discussion about this item and I hope to have a decision soon.
Having yet another standalone app is makes it an obstacle to organic adoption. It would be nice is Outlook had a way to interface with Teams -- one client, many functions.
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