Putting this item under review so we can investigate the scenario. Currently you can use Flow to automate posting. DRI/POC can be maintained in a list or file and message can be sent to Teams channels at designated intervals. For schedules as mentioned you might also consider using the Shifts app inside of Teams. This would provide additional features like shift swapping, activity lists for each shift etc.
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+1 - Would be an absolute godsend for educators needing to plan and schedule more than one lesson ahead in their MS Teams posts. With probably a large teacher and educator uptake of MS Teams in the recent months, this would be much appreciated.
With respect to Karuana Gatimu's (Principal PM Manager, Microsoft Teams) response (See above), using Flow or Shifts to automate posting is a step too far for us mere mortals. A scheduling approach to posts with the Team software would bring its features closer to that of it competitors.
The ability to use multiple Teams accounts at the same time is supported on iOS & Android today. The feature team is continuing to work on support for multiple accounts on desktop. We’ll keep you posted as we have more details.
This feature request is being reviewed by the feature team. No new details to share at this time.
Meanwhile, feel free to share why you need this in class teams / staff teams, and what you need to see (ie # read / list of users read / timestamp of read) and for what purpose.
Gordon Chang from Teams