Dee Kryvenko

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    Dee Kryvenko commented  · 

    As far as I see, Windows recently(?) got it’s own Notifications Center implementation. The similar issue for Windows can be found there https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16950997-integrate-with-windows-10-notification-center and it’s highly voted and seems to be WIP.

    The actual issue for Mac users is there since Nov 2016 and still in review! I think it’s pretty clear who is their target audience (such a Microsoft style) – but Mac users must be heard. A lot of engineers prefer Mac, and they shouldn’t be changing scenarios they use their laptops on a daily basis just because of one single app, and the vendor that decided they can do their style outside of their territory.

    Every single app in Mac does support native Mac OS Notifications Center (including Outlook – though everyone still remembers how long it took them to make this possible as initially there was the same issue). It is very important for Mac users since historically Notifications Center integrated into the system in such a way that you can control Do Not Disturb settings globally and not on per-app basis. It is also important to keep application developers from doing Microsoft-style inconsistent UI/UX design (such as s point-clicking to discard a popup instead of a native swipe and zillion other small pieces that together makes Mac OS so user-friendly and useful). I know some users might think this is a limitations but I call this a care.

    Also as it stands now there's no actual way to disable popups (even outside Notifications Center). You can disable notifications entirely, or disable email notifications, but you can't disable banners and keep emails. Honestly this doesn't make any sense to me. I often sharing my screen. Sometimes the session being recorded. I find this issue a blocker and a serious privacy violation. It might be harmful both personally and for the business. Every single chat app that I’ve used (including but not limited: Skype, Skype4Business, Telegram, Slack, HipChat, Outlook) does support this. The only exception that I know about is Teams.

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