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    I agree. In my case it tells me I have unread messages which I cannot read (because they where deleted before I could read them) and now this little red number is constantly there.
    Very distracting indeed

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    Currently, start day for the week and the work-week are set based on your language in Settings in Microsoft Teams. The Calendar team has work on the backlog to address the case where users may want a different week/work-week start day than is usual for their language setting.

    Until then, the team wanted to share this workaround for setting the work-week start day via OWA, while leaving your language settings as-is.

    - Open Outlook Web Access (“OWA”), and go to the Settings panel, as described in this article: https://support.microsoft.com/office/calendar-settings-in-outlook-web-app-84544ef2-d5cf-4696-bcb3-cc87719a3e07.
    - In the OWA Settings, click “View all Outlook Settings”
    - Use the settings under “Show work week as” to choose your work-week days.
    - Click “Save”
    - Return to Teams, click on your photo/initials at the top right and choose “Sign Out”

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    same here.... outlook calendar is now how I wanted it..thank you Alex... but back in Teams ... it does not show the same

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