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    I second this. We're trying to transition our company to Teams and this has been a painpoint mentioned by several managers, since it makes going through Teams very messages tedious. In Slack, it's incredibly easy.

    I can anticipate Teams people saying that's what the "Activity" group is for on the left, but this is different since it also brings up the conversation context.

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    I also like this because I have lists of things I personally need to do (change my login password, look for something in lost and found, etc.) that I'd like to view in Teams.

    My workaround is I'll click the "more apps" icon (three horizontal dots) on the left menu, then Planner and I'm essentially there. It would be nice if I could choose to put apps I've installed on this left menu, like a dock.

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