The feature team has reviewed this item and decided to decline it at this time.
I find it reprehensible when a software company declares a defect to be an enhancement or feature so that they can "decline" to fix a problem that their customers have with their software.
This is PARTICULARLY annoying since if you open a trouble ticket in Office365, the tech's only solution is to enter it into USERVOICE. And now Microsoft is telling us here that they will not be addressing this.
I REALLY do not understand how the team can "decline" this. They have a bug in their program that we pay for and refuse to fix it. I opened a ticket in O365 admin and the tech tells me that they consider it part of the program and not a bug but that it was there by design.
I am on the latest version and it is obviously not part of the design of current Teams. So having some Teams that cannot remove the OneNote tab must be a bug! If they do not want to code a fix, they should offer to go into the back end and remove it for me!
VERY ANNOYING... trying to get buy in on TEAMS and had our first conference call today.
We had one team member in Phoenix presenting. One in New York and 5 in our corporate office in their own offices. Three of the ones in the corporate office experienced lags and screen freezing of the presentation. Hanging up and re-joining corrects the issue. 20/20 fiber in use at the corporate office. All devices at the corporate office are hard-wired to network. WIFI not in use. As the New York participant had no issues watching the Phoenix presenter's screen share and two of the 5 in the corporate office did not, I do not believe it is any of our individual network connections.
This should NOT be happening for what is supposedly one of Microsoft's flagship endeavors. Tried to submit a ticket through my O365 Admin and a first level tech called me back to say they know about it but could not tell me that it is being worked on or is on anyone's hotlist.