Unfortunately due to re-prioritization this item has slipped back onto the “backlog” for the time being.
I hope to see it move back into “working on it” soon and will continue to engage the feature team with your feedback.
We have a specific buisness requirement for this.. Colleagues across different teams would need to collaborate when performing audits. It doesn't make sense to create a new team for each audit, a separate channel would be the ideal solution.. Archiving the channel once the audit has been completed would clean up the Teams workspace. What's the latest update on this, where is this on the roadmap.. Timescales would be appreciated, so we can feed this back to the business, this would help user adoption, if we can map feature requirements to users cases.
This suggestion is still planned. I don’t have further updates on timing, but will share as we have them. Thanks.
Would be good to put some content around what's changed and the actual difference between compact & normal views - would save a lot of these negative comments
Can you not add some voting buttons to gauge what is the more popular option. I agree with a lot of the comments, that both are really required, but I do favour density over compact.
The free space either side of the conversation needs to be used, ability to collapse the left hand column. A nice feature to add would be the ability to open channels in a new window if you want to keep the focus on that particular conversation, without having the whole window open.. The space can be better utilised this could be delivered as a theme.
Thanks to those of you who participated in the session with our user research team. We are continuing to work on this important feature, and will update you as we get closer to completing. ~ Alex
This is a requirement within our organisation and something that we've implemented with our legacy Chat app. Users need to accept a usage policy before logging in to the client.. I would like to see this added as a policy that can be applied to a set of users.
Still in the works, no additional details are available yet.