The team continues to make progress on this. We will share more details as we have them.
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The team is still reviewing this item. I hope to know of a decision soon.
In fact adding a "synced list" (saving as... list in sharepoint from project) as a webpage tab in teams seems almost a valid solution. There's this "focus in content" which hides the sharepoint header and left navigation and gives a "nice view" for your project task (with list, calendar and gantt views available)
It seems like you can create a synced sharepoint list from project, the problem is when you try to add this list as a tab in teams. The "wizard" only finds "New lists" but not this particular list created from project.
Maybe just fixing this "wizard" in order to populate all the available list in sharepoints would be enough in order to see the "project list" in teams as it's expected.
The only workaround we found is to add a new webpage tab in teams pointing to the project list in our sharepoint. The problem is that we're seeing also the sharepoint header and menus, this is not showing when you add a regular list
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It's also almost impossible to see the pages section with the Table of Contents, which it's also a must have.
Totally agree, having also the search (in this project or in this wiki) from the DevOps in this Teams connector would also be great.
In fact, if the MS Teams Wiki was "fully featured" as the DevOps one is, we maybe wouldn't need this connection and just use the one included in Teams.
As a workaround you can add an external webpage widget in your dashboard, linking to the DevOps wiki page... It's not the best, and as I say it lacks the search feature, but less is nothing...
When wiki loads this first section in mobile, title of this section and wiki title and its "contents icon" and last updated information are not displayed.
If you tap the place where the wiki title should be, the view gets refreshed and these elements become visible.
I think this could be workarounded just uploading the files previously to a known folder of this team sharepoint, then you could just link to this sharepoint files from planner in teams app.
Hi — My apologies for the delay in updating this item. We rolled out a fix a year ago for a specific issue of status changing to away in Teams when you were still active on the device. We thought this had fixed the “incorrect status” issue. From comments below, it sounds like people are still seeing issues.
If you are still having issues, it would be super helpful if you can capture logs by typing Ctrl + Shift + Alt + 1, and send the file from your downloads folder along with device info and detailed repro steps to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have raised the priority of this work item, and it is currently being worked on. We don’t have any dates to share at this point, but will update when we have new status. Thank you!
I'm still facing this issue under Android Teams App, under windows (desktop app) it works fine, but under Android it seems a bit broken. I just see the first page text (the title it doesn't load until I don't click the section icon). A part from this, when I use section or page links they redirect me to wiki top page, but not to the linked section/page like the windows desktop app is going.
This feature is now on the backlog. I will update you when we have more details to share.