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    7 comments  ·  Public » UX/Design  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous commented  · 

    Given the single-instance nature of Teams, the lack of these shortcuts is a glaring usability gap, and introduces even greater decreases in user productivity.

    Every web browser and most other apps (think Windows Explorer) have alt-arrow shortcuts for navigation. Please align with this standard approach that all of your users already understand.

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    we have this!  ·  Warren responded

    Teams does have some shortcuts you may use.

    To see the shortcut list you can click on your user icon within Teams.
    From the drop down list go to Keyboard Shortcuts.
    A second window will open showing you the available shortcuts that Teams has to offer at this time.

    Keep posting feedback.

    -Warren

    Anonymous commented  · 

    How about standard forward and back navigation shortcuts like every web browser and most other apps?

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    1283 comments  ·  Public » UX/Design  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    As we announced at Microsoft Ignite 2019 this morning, we are excited to confirm that Multi-window capabilities are coming to Microsoft Teams, and will start rolling out to the public ring early next year!

    Thanks,
    Alex & the Teams team

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Please prioritize this work.

    The inefficiencies this gap introduces into every work day cannot be overstated.

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