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Thanks for the feedback! Custom Praise (both images and text) is our top ask from customers and we’re prioritizing this highly for future feature development.
if you have an existing post that you want to show in a different channel, you can edit the message and cross-post. This will add the top-level post to the different channel, but will not include the full set of replies. We will keep this request in mind as we evolve the cross-posting feature in the future and update if the status changes.
Details on cross posting can be found here: https://support.office.com/article/cross-post-a-channel-conversation-in-teams-9c1252a3-67ef-498e-a7c1-dd7147b3d295.
As stated in the last update, the ability to use multiple Teams accounts at the same time is being implemented in stages for Desktop. Faster tenant switching functionality on the Windows client has been rolled out to the public ring fully, and Mac will begin rolling out soon. Work is in progress on cross-tenant notification improvements, and support for multiple accounts on desktop will follow. We’ll keep you posted!
Note: The ability to use multiple Teams accounts at the same time is supported on iOS & Android today.
Alex & the Teams team
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This continues to be on our backlog due to prioritization of other work items. We will update when there is more to share.
Great performance and user experience remain a topmost priority for us. Application launch time has seen improvements in the recent build. We will continue making improvements across the product including channel to chat switching and overall resource consumption.
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We need an urgent update on this. We are looking to roll out Teams in our company, but this is impossible with the current desktop client. The performance hit is STAGGERING. Memory usage aside, the whole PC is reduced to a crawl when the Teams client is running in the background. It's like going back to a single-core processor! Window re-draws, task switching, opening apps all go from more or less instant to taking several seconds on our (relatively modern) hardware. It's not clear what the Teams client is doing to cause this (CPU usage remains low, for example), but it's definitely doing something evil. Normal performance resumes as soon as we quit the desktop client.