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    The ability to use multiple Teams accounts at the same time is supported on iOS & Android today. The feature team is continuing to work on support for multiple accounts on desktop. We’ll keep you posted as we have more details.

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    Is there any information on where this feature request currently stands? It's been under review for well over a year now. Thank you!

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    We need to have this as a per-computer install just like all other MS Office applications. Applications which are based on a "per-user" installation are not easily administered in an enterprise environment. We are having a great deal of trouble getting this consistently deployed for our users. Please, something needs to be done as soon as possible!

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    Yes, would love to be able to rename the "General" channel to something like "Announcements".

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    Agreed, Zoom is preferred due to this limitation.

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    Dan Smith commented  · 

    With regard to Retention Policies:

    We noticed that we can now set a "Deletion" policy for Teams Chats which says to delete any conversation older than 24 hours. We've implemented this policy and we'd like to share a couple of observations...

    1.) It took about two weeks for the "desktop" Teams Clients to start scrubbing their chat histories.

    2.) The "desktop" Teams Client is not consistently adhering to the deletion rule. For example: Mostly all chat history was cleared, but in a few cases parts of several conversations remain visible from activity which took place over 2-10 days ago.

    3.) The "web" Teams Client seems to be clearing chat conversations as we've defined. However, the "Recent" view still shows the last topics for several users (no chat content however). [see attached file]

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    FYI: I opened a ticket with Microsoft in order to get better visibility on this issue. They forwarded my comments on to whomever is responsible for this, but they recommended that someone with Premier Support submit an official "Design Change Request".

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    There is a serious gap in functionality which must be addressed before our tenant can be moved over to Teams from Skype for Business:

    Currently in Skype for Business we have explicitly disabled the archiving of IMs as well as the saving of chat history. We've done this by applying our own customized 'CsClientPolicy'...

    $CsPolicy = Get-CsClientPolicy -Identity 'ClientPolicyNoSaveIMNoArchiving';

    $CsPolicy.EnableIMAutoArchiving == False
    $CsPolicy.EnableServerConversationHistory == False

    Our organization explicitly DOES NOT retain any instant messages and considers them "transitory conversations" which do not need to be archived.

    As Teams currently stands, there is no way to apply a similar policy to our users. This needs to be addressed before our tenant is migrated over to Teams. Once a user exits a private chat and closes the Teams app, no conversation history should persist. We do not consider allowing end-users to delete their own chat histories a viable workaround. This is a critical need for us.

    Please help!

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    We just stumbled upon this issue as well. We have a tenant in the GCC and we're unable to link to a OneNote notebook in Teams. We don't see anything published in the Office 365 roadmap about this.

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