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    1415 comments  ·  Public » Emojis and GIFs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Listen, I don't disagree that this would be a cool feature, but how does it have 1248 comments and 9440 votes when I feel like my suggestion of making Teams a UWP is barely on the radar?

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    working on it  ·  Warren responded

    This feature is still in the works. There was some adjustments to the overall strategy.
    I’ll try to get some additional details and share them with you.

    -Warren

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    Come on man! This just doesn't make sense! Teams behaves like an app in every way! It's installed in a users profile. You have an app for Android and iOS but not your own store?

    We deploy Teams through Intune using a win32 app, which works, but we have to set the enrollment status page to wait for Teams msi to install because if the user just goes to the desktop and Teams is installed after, it won't launch, and thus won't create a shortcut. It waits until the user signs in first, which means they need to sign out, then back in, for it to "Install".

    Also, don't know if you guys are aware, but there are a lot of people using Teams right now, and our users haven't been that please with the experience since it doesn't show up until they log off and back on.

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    Please do this! It's crazy that Teams is available for iOS and Android as an app, yet it's not available in the Windows Store. I mean, it's essentially an app, in the sense that it's user-profile specific. This would make so much sense!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Came here when looking for a way to disable the shortcut creation specifically for OneDrive KFM. We just started implementing this and my test machine has some many teams shortcuts now.

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