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    we have this!  ·  Suphatra responded

    It looks like some people in the thread below have figured it out — we actually have this. You can start a chat both ways; the system will automatically recognize if this person is on Skype for Business or on Teams.

    Thanks and let me know if you have any questions.

    Suphatra

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    David commented  · 

    I just got a message that because of this issue it appears that I ignore IM's (sent via Skype). So now instead of consolidating everything, I now have to have both Skype and Teams opened. Thank you Microsoft.

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    David commented  · 

    Currently, a chat with a person is simply an on going conversation. However, that conversation could cover multiple differing topics. Once a chat with a person has been started, it'd be nice if you could start a topic under the conversation so that all replies are grouped together. Also, including the ability to expand/collapse all topics so that you can quickly go back to a topic that you're looking for.

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    David commented  · 

    And just why does Teams NOT provide me with an option to select the location to save a downloaded file to or otherwise inform me of the specific location that was downloaded to? Isn't that like asking someone "where's the car is" to which the person responds "in the a parking lot"? Technically correct, but utterly useless.

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