Thank you for the feedback and waiting for this feature with patience. We have enabled download of a meeting attendance list during a meeting. This is released for general availability. Please note this feature is turned off by default, and needs to be enabled via admin policy.
See documentation for this feature here:
Note: We are continuing to work on enabling download after a meeting has concluded, as well. For status updates, check out the roadmap item https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=Microsoft%20Teams&searchterms=66459.
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This item is still under review. No new updates at this time.
We have been iterating on different designs and are starting to test internally. I don’t have a timeframe but will keep you posted.
Thank you for your continued feedback. As many people have pointed out, this is available on mobile today. Support for replying to a specific message is on the backlog for desktop. I’ll let you know when we have progress to share. Thanks.
We are currently testing this feature internally, and will share an update as soon as it’s available. To learn more, please visit https://docs.microsoft.com/MicrosoftTeams/sharing-files-in-teams.
This feature request is still in the works. I hope to have more updates soon. I’ll keep you posted.
This is working today in the web client on Edge & Chrome. The team is actively investigating feasibility in the desktop client.
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An error occurred while saving the commentHenrik Veen commented
This should be extended to that a particular task can only be performed after finishing another. With notifying: "Your colleague cannot perform his task if you don't finish yours until...". Yes, applies a certain amount of pressure, but that's how it is in business. Of course, the duration of a task should be definable, otherwise it's not displayable. Pretty much as in MS Project.