Performance has been and continues to be a big focus area for Teams. One main area we have made improvements in is responsiveness for the most frequent user actions of switching between Chat, Channel, and Activity. We are also focused on reducing resource consumption and application load time. More improvements are on the way.
Everybody in my Team is complaining about performance when we are using video during a meeting. Screensharing doesnt seem to effect the performance but with video on, the usage of any other tools is just painfull .... No, we are not the functionality to blur background or anything that at least might be a reason for taking so much power.
Should be merged with this one:
I doubt that this is really the error message is connected to the correct problem teams is having. Maybe it is a special character? We have been using Teams without any of these problems for month and now I suddenly had this message with very little content.
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That would be really helpful
Also - why are people without video are getting space on the screen. This is not helping.
Skype for Business has an option to disable crop and auto-center / zoom.
I believe that this would fix the problem.
Sometimes this is even true for the Win Desktop-Client. I received a message with a delay of > 3 hrs or rather next day, when I logged in again.
I am also having this problem with my entire team. I dont see the pattern but sometimes you can give control and sometimes the panel to do this just does not show up.
We are actively working on developing a solution for this. I will update when this gets to testing/validation.
It would really be nice to turn of the automatic zoom. It is a great functionality in most situations but also not very helpful, when you have three people sitting in front of the camera. When I am in a call with several people and one of them is a group of people I can not see them all because of this zooming. I would love to turn off the zoom for each connecting client ... or rather that the client could turn that off.
Currently, preferences are removed on user “sign out”. I have confirmed we have a backlog item to roam settings. We’ll keep you updated.
Planned since Dec. 2017? Wow ... please fix this.
I experienced that other people from my company dont share this problem :-( And it actually already worked for some weeks at my computer. Is this an issue with 64-bit Version? That is the only thing I remember when it comes to "what changed" ...
The problem should be taking at the root: Why do we need to clear a cache manually? We are having problems with people who are just not seeing some of the entries in a channel. Clearing the cache helps but this should NEVER be needed.
This request has been accepted by the feature team and is in the queue.
It isn’t the neatest, but as a workaround you can request control in order to do this.
I’ll keep you posted as more information becomes available.
We’re currently working on defining a compact mode experience. I will post more details when we have more to share.
Seriously? I believe that this is a nice to have but it got the most votes ... IMHO developers could spend time on things that are way more important then this - performance, reliability, basic functions like good editing and printing in wiki ... any much much more.
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If you are hitting the document library of 20,000 items please try this solution.
It is a known issue for OneNote.
(Let’s try that again with the correct link :) ) https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/onenotedev/2016/09/11/onenote-api-calls-fail-with-a-large-number-of-items-in-a-sharepoint-document-library/
If you are experiencing something else, please let me know the error messages you are seeing in the comments below.