Dustin T Waling

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    235 comments  ·  Public » Calendar  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    The team has delivered improvements to the New Meeting experience in Calendar such as optional attendees, richer custom recurrence UX, as well as enhanced meeting RSVPs.

    To learn more about RSVPing to meetings in the Teams Calendar, how to create a recurring meeting, and the new meeting scheduling experience including the scheduling assistant, please visit https://support.microsoft.com/office/schedule-a-meeting-in-teams-943507a9-8583-4c58-b5d2-8ec8265e04e5.

    Thanks!

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    Dustin T Waling commented  · 

    I see there is something similar (more specific to O365 group calendar) on this thread: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16933204-include-office-365-group-calendar-in-teams

    our users consist of multiple groups of 50-150 (incld: software eng., QA, Support, product owner/stakeholders, etc), residing in multiple international locations.

    Even if there isn't an efficient way to show *everyone's availability or all group meetings, at least having a way for all members to post their time off would be great!!
    One idea I tried was with Planner, but I would need find a way to default the planner tab to the calendar view and hide the other views then instruct them to add a task for the time off dates, that would do the trick... anyway, there are feature already not far off, but not quite close enough to make it useable..

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    Dustin T Waling commented  · 

    looks like this idea is gaining some momentum now via this thread: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/16911532-ability-to-pin-message-files-articles-shared-withi

    cast your vote there! :)

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    Dustin T Waling commented  · 

    Yes, this is huge!
    Much like visiting a forum with a sticky post always at the top of the default landing page (i.e.: default Teams/channel tab - which is "Conversation"). This provides an always visible place-holder for basic guidelines for channel use and/or basic info and links pertaining to the goal of the specific team/channel. very simple but VERY useful (and important for large teams, especially large groups of multiple teams).

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    Thank you for your feedback! We are updating this as “Partialy Done” as our first step to solving for pinned posts has been released! Pinned posts allows users from a team to pin a message for everyone in the channel to be able to easily reference. While any message can be pinnable, we expect our users to use this feature to pin information like channel guidelines or important announcements. We know this doesn’t solve all pinning scenarios, and that there is still a need to make this easier for users to find, especially within the message list. We will share another update as soon as it is available.

    To learn more about showing channel info in Teams, please visit https://support.microsoft.com/office/show-channel-info-in-teams-61c3319d-a2c0-4b60-99b9-3226b9e248f9.

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    Dustin T Waling commented  · 

    repeating comment posted on this topic (specific to conversations): https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/20541526-add-sticky-comment-to-the-conversation-tab

    Yes, this is huge!
    Much like visiting a forum with a sticky post always at the top of the default landing page (i.e.: default Teams/channel tab - which is "Conversation"). This provides an always visible place-holder for basic guidelines for channel use and/or basic info and links pertaining to the goal of the specific team/channel. very simple but VERY useful (and important for large teams, especially large groups of multiple teams).

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    Dustin T Waling commented  · 

    YES PLEASE :-D

    Home builder software solutions (this division) - the users consist of multiple groups of 50-150 (incld: software eng., QA, Support, product owner/stakeholders, etc), residing in multiple international locations

    We are all working to make MSTeams a central point of contact and knowledge transfer, and everyone is jumping in with both feet.
    However, a few key items (like a real *team* calendar) would help complete its function as a fully collaborative interface.
    Even if there isn't an efficient way to show *everyone's availability, at least having a way for all members to post their time off would be great!!
    One idea I had was if I could just find a way to default the planner tab to the calendar view and hide the other views then instruct them to add a task for the time off dates, that would do the trick (so, already not far off, but not quite close enough to make it useable).

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