Garrett Fuller

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    32 comments  ·  Public » Wiki  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    try this instead  ·  Mark responded

    Hey everyone,

    Thank you for your feedback! We support adding multiple pages to a single Wiki tab by choosing the “Create a new page” button on the bottom of the Table of Contents pane. This pane can be opened by tapping the menu button on the top-left of the Wiki.

    We’re working to make the Table of Contents easily accessible on larger displays so that this option will be just a single tap away!

    Thanks,
    Mark

    Garrett Fuller commented  · 

    You can only make the nesting 2 levels deep. That is shockingly useless. Without more ability to fluidly organize information, it is just a list. I might as well keep the information in a sticky note.

    Microsoft... yet another almost good product. I would love to be able to do away with having a Slack. Just sign into my Microsoft work account in the morning, and be good to go. I imagine that is what you are trying to enable. But the tools have to be useful enough to invest energy into them.

    Even the most basic project will have information too complex to represented with 2 levels of nesting. Worse than useless.

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    46 comments  ·  Public » Teams and Channels  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Garrett Fuller commented  · 

    Please. Multiple instances of a program is a basic feature today.

    I want to edit the wiki for my Team while pulling things from the Team Chat.

    Without two windows or frames, it's difficult to organize the info provided in the chat into the wiki. Which is sad.

    I will see if I can open teams in a browser to accomplish this.

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    41 comments  ·  Public » Messaging  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Garrett Fuller commented  · 

    If you do a survey of popular applications that have messaging, I think you will find they have the option to control Enter Key behavior.

    It's tough to get used to the enforced Enter to send behavior, because it is not consistent across messaging apps. There are few things as embarrassing as sending an unfinished message in a professional setting.

    Please make this an optional setting.

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