The feature team has reviewed this item and decided to decline it at this time.
-WarrenStacey Gerred commented
Software should be a tool that I control, not a tool that controls me.
I would like to choose the tabs, either by ad-hoc adding it in or, as an Admin, making the tab a default when my users create teams.
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Thanks for your feedback!Stacey Gerred commented
The term "General" is too vague. Any folder/site page/kitchen drawer with the name "General" gets filled with information that should be organized. Like the 'junk drawer' in everyone's kitchen, something of value gets buried in the back.
I would like this page to be a landing area where my new users can explore teams and how it could be used in my organization.
I do not want Conversations first, but I would like to move the Wiki tab first or have a page where I can add guidance on how to use Teams.