This item is still on the backlog.
We’re currently working on defining a compact mode experience. I will post more details when we have more to share.
Imre: You can try this: https://userstyles.org/styles/165569/slack-teams
You can reskin the *web* version yourself using browser plugins like Stylus, and find some good free skins on userstyles.org. Mine, that makes Teams look more like Slack, is here: https://userstyles.org/styles/165569/slack-teams - it's not perfect, and it only works on the web version, but it you have to use Teams it at least makes it bearable :D
@Ozyilm - Suphatra left Microsoft, you're not likely to hear anything from her
I've made some updates to my Stylus/Stylish (browser plugins) styles for Teams, I can't post a screenshot because I only have access to my company Teams channels and, well, they wouldn't like that :D Let me just say it's looking a lot more like Slack and a lot less like teams. Feel free to check it out here and let me know if anything needs tweaking!
Nice work @Emmanuel! I copied and modified your CSS and left what I hope were appropriate attributions to your work.
I condensed things a bit more, added avatars back in but shrank them a bit, and made the "Reply" spam only show up on hoverover... or, uh, sometimes you have to click the message you want to reply to :D
That last part is a bit buggy, but it all seems to work:
Yeah, we need something similar, we're getting log events from different environments, and every time we add a message to the thread for the log it moves it to the bottom of the page. Makes it hard to keep track of when an event happened or if it has been addressed