The feature team is still digging into this item. No decision has been made yet.
Just experimenting with Flow and the Microsoft Teams action 'Post a message as the Flow bot to a channel (preview)'.
Using this action to post items from an RSS feed, however, the Flow bot posts cannot be deleted. An alternative is to use the 'Post a message (preview)' action, which would come from myself.
Preference would be that posts come from a bot which distinguishes context between automated posts and those written by users.
Teams Owners should be able to manage their environment, and delete bot posts as required.
This feature request is now actively being worked upon. As we move through the development process, I will post an new updates to this topic.
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Need this feature added, my browser default downloads to a folder I created in OneDrive, naturally I want file to go there rather than my device disk.
End-users don't know where their files are going, it's not intuitive to click on the notification label, and doesn't inform you where the files has gone.
Just tested this since my team wants to clean up the General files into folders, a reasonable request.
Unfortunately files lose their link and are no longer related to the context of conversations.
I then thought to try Document ID Service under Site Collection Features, which by design states, "Assigns IDs to documents in the Site Collection, which can be used to retrieve items independent of their current location."
Scenario 1: Start new conversation and upload document from my computer, then go to files, move document to a folder. Return to conversations and click on the document = 'This item might not exist or is no longer available'.
Scenario 2: Start new conversation, attach an existing file by 'Browse Teams and Channels', 'Share a link'. Then go to files, move document to another folder. Return to conversations and click on the document link = 'This item might not exist or is no longer available'.
Scenario 3: Move file back to original location when attached to conversation = file opens.
So, concluding that Document ID Service does not work within Microsoft Teams. It would be very beneficial to have this feature, for Scenario 1 & 2.
Even with a small team of five, General files need to be managed and this restricts the functionality of Teams as a collaboration solution.
Same for me, I have an Jabra Pro 9450 and it worked on Teams previously. My application also no longer lets me blur the camera background, which also worked previously (Logitech C270). Teams is designed for meetings, when will it match current Skype meeting functionality with these tools?