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    Andrew Ashurst commented  · 

    Don't hold your breath, I've seen many other things that we (XL/Office) users want and no response from MS for a long time - not even conversation. Yes, this would be good, but, maybe they want us to work another way...….

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    Andrew Ashurst commented  · 

    Yes, it's hopeless currently. It may admittedly be down to the mass industrial rather than custom manufacturing manner in which our fileshares were migrated to sharepoint by our IT people, but, that's the real world. So, if MS wants organisations to make maximum use of and "Like" Teams and for teams to start to supplant Outlook and email I think the capacity to link a sharepoint sub-folder to a team as a library is essential. In time, who knows, maybe we can move the team libraries to a top level site of their own, but, being able to use them in teams first is a must or teams just is less useful.

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    Andrew Ashurst commented  · 

    Wow, that's annoying. What's the logic in being able to do this for chats involving more than 2 people only. Well, I think I can see one. You may over time have a long correspondence with one person and it wouldn't make sense to share the entirely of that with a third, fourth etc person. However, why not be able to create a new chat based on s starting and an end point (first and last post to be transferred to new chat) of an ongoing chat and share that with whoever you need to share it with. Just tried to see if that's already possible and it doesn't appear to be. Screenshot isn't much use either as you may need several screens worth.

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    Andrew Ashurst commented  · 

    I agree I've jut realised that this is a problem. I want to link to an existing page of an existing one-note in the same channel and there doesn't seem to be an easy, or any, way to do it. Per an earlier post, when creating a one-note in teams for a chat it puts a nice icon in the chat, but, there seems no way to create one of those yourself and link it to a specific location in a notebook. It needs sorting if it were working this would be a good way to help MS drive one-note as well as teams adoption. But, it isn't.

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