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    Jason Darst commented  · 

    Please get this in. As our organization moves more into Teams and moves Skype functionality into Teams, this is becoming a huge pain point. Having to move back and forth between my meeting, my teams channels, and chat is annoying and slows me down. I often will chat with people while viewing a screen share in a meeting and this makes me go back and forth to keep seeing what is presented. If nothing else, allow me to open multiple instances of the Teams desktop app.

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    Just to pile on with an additional comment. For those of us with multiple monitors and a lot of screen space, being able to have multiple windows is critical for efficient usage. I typically use in Skype one window for my meeting request while I work and chat on the other monitor. With teams, the needs is even greater since Teams puts even more functionality into one application.

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    8 comments  ·  Public » Meetings  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I totally agree. They have the toggle for the microphone, but nothing for speakers. So you have to turn off all sound on your computer to prevent a feedback loop. And then remember to turn your sound on later to hear notifications and other things. It would be much better to have a no audio join option like Skype has.

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    Jason Darst commented  · 

    We also would like this to be like Skype has for the mobile app. When joining on a cell phone, especially in the car, you want it to call you over an audio line instead of using a data connection as it is more reliable. Having to manually dial the phone number poses the issue of avoiding death if you're already driving and need to join a meeting.

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    Jason Darst commented  · 

    Just to add to the list. The ability to archive is important. We spin up channels to talk through a project or design issue and we need a way for them not to clutter everything up after they are done. Ideally, it would be somewhere we could still go back to for reference. So either a way to have an "archived" section of a Team or even the ability to move it to a new Team that we create just for the purpose of storing Archived threads.

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    I think this is a critical feature to implement. We have started using teams and I'm getting a bunch of new teams and channels. While there are a few where I want to know right away if something new is there and I use favorites and notifications, there are several where I want to just go and look when I have down moments. And I do not want to have to expand and collapse every team looking for bold channels. The ability to do a quick unread filter that shows just the teams and channels with new messages, auto expanded, and hides everything else would be a large productivity gain for me.

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