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      1288 comments  ·  Public » Teams and Channels  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      Hey Microsoft Teams users — I want you to weigh in on new features around channels and group chats. The engineering team and I have put together this survey to find out how you want to see channels improve. You can fill it out here: https://microsoft.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_esTxHdABLQxKLvn

      And I’m still waiting on approval to get you a good update about Private Channels. I can say that we ARE working on it, fervently.

      Thanks and ping me any time, for anything at all: www.twitter.com/skprufo or sparavi@microsoft.com. I’m a little behind on email but catching up, so apologies for delays there!

      Suphatra

      Luke Anderson commented  · 

      Another critical feature for our company. Need to see fewer "Working on its" in the less requested features and more speed/clarity on the top 3

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        876 comments  ·  Public » UX/Design  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

        Hi everyone, thank you for your patience since the last update.

        We want to extend a huge thanks to all of you who have engaged with us on this topic of compact chat. Your input has been invaluable and helped inform our design and decision-making.

        As we look to 2019, we will be pursuing plans to continue to make the product more and more space efficient. We see this as a guiding design principle, as well as a backlog of requests from UserVoice that we catalogue, discuss, debate, brainstorm and problem solve.

        This principle is also why we will not be making a sharp design turn towards a permanently heavy dense design. Our user base is a wide range of people — such as high school students, the visually impaired, open source developers, and your every day knowledge worker. Because of our broad reach, we must maintain a standard of…

        Luke Anderson commented  · 

        To answer your question, density is more important than compact mode to me. I want to see as many lines of chat text as possible in the chat window, the various icons and extra space and newlines between text entries gobbles up space

        Luke Anderson commented  · 

        This is critical from our pov, we are pushing teams to organization, but lack of compact layout that emphasizes user content and not bells and whistles and icons and apps and blah blah blah is major gap

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