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Bump for an update too. It's been years that Teams has been out, and it's been almost a year and a half since you guys were "working on it." We just deployed Teams and users can nuke their company-approved/taken photos with Spongebob for all we can help it... Unacceptable.
+1 on this. We are in higher education and want to move a few thousand users to O365. We have a standardized photo that syncs from our ERP system into AD DS and then into Azure AD.
We CANNOT lose the ability to prevent users from changing these photos. One person uploads something in poor taste-- beach photos, memes, etc-- as a profile photo and that's a huge issue.
HOW has this been a thing for so long? Prioritize this!
We’re currently working on defining a compact mode experience. I will post more details when we have more to share.
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Hi everyone! If you do not want to use the OneNote Staff Notebook or any of the other default tabs across the various team types, we suggest creating an ‘Anyone’ team instead.
The ‘Anyone’ team will not include any add-ons by default and gives you the flexibility to use Teams however you would like. We understand that there are so many other ways you can use Teams that does not fit the Class/PLC/Staff team template. So ‘Anyone’ will be your best option!
More information on the different team types in Teams for Education can be found here: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/choose-a-team-type-to-collaborate-in-microsoft-teams-0a971053-d640-4555-9fd7-f785c2b99e67
Feel free to reply back here if you have additional feedback.
Assignments tab, class notebook, staff notebook... Forever visible but can't remove.
It's crazy that we cannot turn these off. Does Microsoft not realize that a metric ton of schools run their own LMS and that these features just cause confusion? This isn't something we can just easily communicate to thousands of employees across dozens of sub-organizations.
This is literally the only reason we are not deploying Teams. It's great otherwise, in our pilot group at least.
Microsoft, if you want Teams adoption, you have to give us more control.