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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    One solution that could satisfy everyone is, instead of having the underwhelming (stop with the MVP's all the time, go for MAP) "chat popout", make it an option to have the whole chat tab "dock" and undock" from Teams totally. Those just wanting Chat could undock it permanently and minimise the main app to system tray, whilst others could choose to keep it "docked" with the main app for 90% of the time

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    @brian - No issues with people wanting compact mode, and "yes, for those that just want chat, Teams is overkill", but "Yes, serious companies all over the world want this and have been using it successfully for over 3 years." A lot of comments I see on here about this are "tunnel vision" based on just one piece of functionality rather than the whole. From a collaboration perspective, Teams is awesome

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    Whilst I don't disagree with many of the comments on here, it strikes me that a huge number oof people simply have not got their head around what Teams is, the chat functionality is NOT the primary feature of Teams, though if you are moving from SfB I could see why you might think that. So its not a 1 size fits all solution because they need to cater for all the functionality within teams in terms of sizes. If you are using a mail client more than teams conversations, you are not using it effectively, if you are not using the files and tabs of channels to work quicker and more collaboratively, you are not using Teams effectively ... chat is just 1 function of teams

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    @jesse Walter - I think you are missing the point. The current functionality only allows the addition of whole document libraries to the files section, we want to be able to include at the "folder" level. We have been using teams for 3 and a half years across multiple projects and have many, many teams. Consider the scenario of delivering a new hospital system to a client, and in the document library there are multiple folders for "Inpatients", "Outpatients", "Radiology" etc. Now repeat this team for each new client. Now consider a project that is focusing specifically on Radiology, imagine the benefit for a new project/team too be able to add just the Radiology related folders from across 10 different previous projects.

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    @simon sabin - That's not a solution, its a small scale work around at best, that negates the whole point of the proper solution. If I have a separate tab for another Sharepoint sites its separate from the rest of the channels document. If I want 6 separate document libraries to be added, I need 6 tabs! "why would you want 6 document libraries adding" I can hear the question .... because the whole point of teams is to consolidate people and resources for a given task without having to copy, rewrite or reinvent the wheel. So its not only possible, its extremely likely there will be multiple resources spread out across the company that would benefit the tam by being under the "files tab", eg Reference documents to tools the team may use. Reference to previous POC's elsewhere etc etc

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    The regular updates from Warren initially were good, every 3 months or so. Now nothing for close to 2 years? What's the point of using Uservoice if you are not going to at least keep the user base informed?

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    Big thumbs up for this. Adding another library is good but if its the whole library, it can simply add more confusion because of the amount of other folders you DON'T want adding to the view

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    @thom - This happens whilst I am chatting to the person in the popped out window, that's the issue, so every sentence we type to each other, we get a banner pop up even though our chat is live and ongoing

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    It is odd that this functionality has still not been implemented still or any input from Microsoft in here. Adding links to Sharepoint document libraries was and still is an awesome way to prevent file duplication across libraries, the link that appears in teams is not in the least bit functionally. Please give us some feedback! Will see if I can mobilize my company to increase the vote count :)

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    What is so bad about NOT having this feature is that if users have used the SharePoint document library in the background and used the "new" button to add a link to a file, it works perfectly in SharePoint, so they are happy. Next person comes along in MS Teams and the get an awful experience when they click the link in the files section of teams. This should have been addressed by now

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    This is a classic case of MS not listening to what people really wanted on the original uservoice where they say it was implemented. Please revisit this request and implement on a per user level - https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/18648022-start-a-meeting-with-the-mic-muted-like-skype-and

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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    I also would like to down vote this idea. Conversations in Teams are viewable by anyone including people you add later to a team. These conversations are potentially a vast supply of knowledge relating specifically to the team. Chat is for private conversations between specific individuals. I would go so far as to say that if you are conducting "chats" related to work/project decisions, that is a backward collaboration step and simply persists the age old "empire building" and "knowledge is power" culture, where only the chosen few know what's going on

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    33 comments  ·  Public » Teams and Channels  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Mark Moore commented  · 

    Agreed. this is a massive issue and a poor implementation of yammer integration into the wider toolset

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