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    On the backlog? This is automatic! Unless of course, if you use a single threaded script language and a platform where you can't even open a popup-window or access native OS features in a smooth natural way like we have done for a couple of decades now?

    You don't use a platform where you need to manually code for the entire localization framework in windows, do you? Or where you don't practically get automatic drag/drop feature, not only within the application, but also to other applications?

    And don't forget about sorting....

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    Great performance and user experience remain a topmost priority for us. Application launch time has seen improvements in the recent build. We will continue making improvements across the product including channel to chat switching and overall resource consumption.

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    "Performance has been and continues to be a big focus area for Teams", you are kidding right?
    Or perhaps you think we are stupid?
    Who in their right mind can claim that using a single threaded, untyped interpreted SCRIPT to write a serious enterprise application have any focus whatsoever on performance!

    And on top of that, use a framework where you can't create a simple popup-windows, something that has been possible possible in windows since Windows 2.0 was released in 1987. Now when people want multiple windows we receive answers like "We acknowledge the demand for this capability and are exploring the best possible solutions to enable this.".
    You are "exploring" how to create a new windows in WINDOWS? What the f;u*c!k is going on over there? Have you lost all connections with the real world, customers and partners?

    The normal way do evolve an application in the enterprise segment is to do it SLOWLY because companies have working solutions in place and don't want or need new stuff just because you happen to release something new.
    You are aware that companies still use Windows XP because it's god enough and solve their problems just fine!

    So you made the normal Skype unusable and now Skype for business are not available to companies with less than 500 employees, and you think Teams is a replacement?

    You have Xamarin which produce cross platform NATIVE applications why don't you use that?

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