We know you are patiently waiting for this feature. This feature is being implemented in stages. Fast tenant switching is currently in testing both internally and with early customers. We expect to release to the public in the Fall. I’ll post an update once it’s rolling out.
Full multi-tenant, multi-user support will be added after fast tenant switching.
Very limiting while out and about. Microsoft, please invest more resources on Teams development. Running into to many problems such as this.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered for testing the Office 365 group calendar. The TAP team will be reaching out as we are closer to being ready.
We get paid to correct or fix things. Not work on things. I'm sure there is lots going on, and can't imagine how difficult development is in this environment. At least I think things are being worked on. Not sure what that is though.... So many moving parts and considerations in such a complex environment. We all want a solid product. Details would be helpful to gain the trust of the community that someone is in fact, REALLY working on it. Working on what? What is the problem, what is the due date? I rather read, "We were trying to fix a communication problem in the product, but got pulled for a high priority failure." Or "We had a deadline of x, but due to an unforeseen circumstances related to x compliance needs, or integration issues into y, necessitate further considerations. Accessing now, which should take about 30 days or x/x/xx to provide next update".
It is after all called Uservoice. Not Microsoft voice. Sorry for the snide remark, but I agree fully. Its unfortunately common among many company's and all that needs to be done is allow those who do monitor to provide what is really going on. Poorly handled but thats is my honest feedback.
We’re currently working on defining a compact mode experience. I will post more details when we have more to share.
We acknowledge the customer demand for Private Channels and have been hard at work on it. Private Channels is currently in preview with a select group of customers. We expect to release the feature to the public later this Fall, and will update here when we are starting to roll out to all customers. We appreciate all the feedback you have provided to us on this forum and thank you for your patience.
Based on the survey questions it doesn't look like this is coming any time soon. :( We want to control permissions for channels as was the original topic. All the other options are nice to have and more mid to enterprise for sure and would be nice to have. For sure MS should plan for that, but getting this basic permissions issue for channels is primary. Should not take two years.
@derek Elbert @Subhatra I grow more and more frustrated that no one knows the real status, no real deadline. No one is accountable. What ever is the real info, just say so. If its going to be another year, then we know how to respond to others better. SOME news is better than NO news. No news is really embarrassing.
I feel I have to speak out and provide some hopefully well received construction feedback. I see all the updates and growing discontent on this topic. As I'm sure for many on this board, if not everyone else, I represent myself as the Champion for Microsoft products to my company and client partners . We invest countless of hours in training and time for to support the Microsoft Platform. Once we believe in. We keep our jobs however, for getting things done. Not just working on things.
So I do think overall Microsoft could respond, on any topic, when in the "We are working on it" stage, to also provide a best known target date for next phase or actually release date. I assume these dates are tracked and employees are accountable so they must be known.
Or maybe a "We are working on it - In engineering for design". Next phase, In development target for x/x/xx" But in all instances provide the next target date for the next phase or current release dates. Then when within a certain time frame, those dates may be missed or need to be extended, publicize that and why. I'm sure others like myself would appreciate understanding that.
It wouldn't please everyone, but at least we can provide more to our stakeholders something better, than Microsoft reports they are working on it.... over and over. Hope that helps.
Yes that would be good. I see the date shows when clicked on but it would be nice to have in he main listings. Many vendors use similar formats as this site, and they have dates. I don't bother anymore clicking on anything that is 6 or 7 years old. I think Microsoft is always pushing updates and communicates them well mostly. New to tracking Teams. I think having a Days since last touched would help identify possibly the items that need to be addressed by development moderators. Maybe they are duplicates and need to be merged with others. Also with all the analytics we have, a scoreboard at the top, # of submissions, # Under Review, Average Age (all), Average Age (under Review, # completed, etc...would be nice. Teams needs some UI work IMHO, but think it will be the killer app of Office 365.