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This also conflicts with Win + Ctrl + Left/Right - which change the virtual desktops. It seems that Teams doesn't care whether Win key is pressed or not, it sees the Ctrl + Arrow and moves the Planner buckets if the Planner board is active.
It's quite a pain to work on a different desktop and then come back to Teams/Planner only to find out that the board is messed up.