This feature request is being reviewed by the feature team. No new details to share at this time.
Meanwhile, feel free to share why you need this in class teams / staff teams, and what you need to see (ie # read / list of users read / timestamp of read) and for what purpose.
Gordon Chang from Teams
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I am a manager at a company with hundreds of employees, of which about 100 work on Teams. We have made dozens of teams, with many channels, from this point of view Teams is an extraordinary tool. But all of this becomes useless when you don't know if the team members were aware of the other members' posts. This is the biggest frustration of my colleagues who are in complete disagreement because I imposed this and I forbade communication on WhatApps or Messenger (otherwise uncontrollable) between them. For a year I tell them to be patient that it will be solved, and if that is the solution I consider it a great mockery. I would like to see your team - those who are developers to this wonderful tool as you communicate with each other, using Teams without knowing if the one on the other end has become aware. If it is not resolved quickly I see myself forced to give up on it because I am tired of waiting for something so simple and common sense.
Group Calendar is a priority for the team, and the feature team is continuing work on it. You’ll start to see some incremental improvements. We look forward to sharing more details and timeframes soon.