7 votesGK commented
Can only agree with this.
Teams and more generally the Office suite and W10 could be a nice, powerful, seamless experience.
Currently it is an absolute mess of non-unified UI (even worse if you are admin), hidden settings, non customizable apps, nonexistent ergonomics, wasted space everywhere (I mean come on just look at the current page), it feels like Office is being developed with 640*480 resolution in mind.
I also find it very hard to figure out what is going to be shared with employees, what groups, teams or pages the end users are going to see, be able to access, ...
Microsoft either bury you under all the info at once or hide the info and makes it hard to find it.
I am starting to severely regret not opposing my company switching to Microsoft Business 365.
Please, just f*cking hire UI designers and ergonomics professionals if you actually are interested in building a Suite / decently working product.GK supported this idea ·
Currently we have Teams defaulted to show you the first (up to five) channels ever created. If you want to add more channels to your left rail view, just click the ellipses next to the channel name and select “Favorite”. When you favorite the channel, it will then be “pinned” to your left rail under that team name.
Try that and let me know if that meets your needs!
This is incredibly annoying, please allow more settings to select which teams / channels are displayed and in which order.