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.
~AlexMika Berglund commented
While you're finding a way to do this properly, why not talk to the Outlook on the Web team and ask them to create a view of a calendar that is compact and does not include navigation elements that allows me to "navigate away" from the calendar. Just by specifying the path to the mailbox and calendar in the URL, you apply it to any calendar you have in Exchange.
And of course, this view needs to be viewable in a frame too. Then we could just add it to a channel using the Website tab application.
You can already add a calendar to a tab using the Website app, but the webview is the full view with all UI elements on it, and you pretty soon find yourself in a totally different view of another calendar.
This would be totally fine for many of our use cases.
As we announced at Microsoft Ignite 2019 this morning, we are excited to confirm that Multi-window capabilities are coming to Microsoft Teams, and will start rolling out to the public ring early next year!
Alex & the Teams team
We have been iterating on different designs and are starting to test internally. I don’t have a timeframe but will keep you posted.Mika Berglund commented
It is not the text that is problematic. If the tab is called "Conversations", then the only option you have is "New Conversation". Anything else is confusing.
The biggest problem though is the placement of the button. The layouts in your survey suggest that the "New Conversation" button is aligned below the "Reply" button for each conversation. When you scroll the contents, you will eventually end up with a situation where the "Reply" button is out of sight, but right there where we've learned to find the "Reply" button is the "New Conversation" button, so whatever that button says, we click it to reply. I do it by mistake sometimes, even though I know the difference between these two.
You have this figured out in the mobile client, where the "New Conversation" button is a round button floating to the right, indicating that it is a completely different thing from the "Reply" button, which is on the other side of the screen.
I suggest that you do a similar solution in the desktop client too.
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