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    8 comments  ·  Microsoft Teams free  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Richard Cook commented  · 

    Since most events have become virtual, we have done for than a dozen live events. In Vimeo, we can set up a custom graphic for before the event, but we prefer to use Teams Live Event for the security and organization, but would really like to brand our event with a custom graphic for the event. Most every organization that uses it would probably like it as well since it would present a more professional face to any organizational event.

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    Richard Cook commented  · 

    For those that remember the game app "Don't Press the Big Red Button"... We were actually trained to press the big red button. We need to be deprogrammed... Make the answer button bigger and bright green, and the decline button slightly smaller and darker red.

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    Richard Cook commented  · 

    I just spoke with support on this and was told that the last device that you signed in would get the call, regardless of how many devices you are signed in on. They confirmed that this feature was in Skype for Business, and is not currently in Teams, but that they intend to add it. I would encourage it to be a high priority. It seems like a little feature, but would improve the user experience for both mobile and in-office staff, and also makes the transition from a conventional phone system (PBX) to Teams voice much easier for less technological users.

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    Richard Cook commented  · 

    Are the Teams developers assuming that Teams calls will be done on a mobile device and not a computer? Seems presumptive... I use a Surface Book, so using Teams voice calls on my computer is just a easy as using my phone, but I work on my computer, so if I want to find the number for "who was it that called me yesterday" right now I have to stop using my computer and open my smartphone, which is disruptive. It would be more appropriate if the Teams desktop app features had all of the available features since (especially with a Surface) computers are basically mobile devices now. Also, when will the desktop app be able to properly interact with my Outlook contact groups...? There is a reason that I already have them saved there.

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