- See image – Improve the view to include:
“XXX hours used over the last week | month | 3 months | 6 months“
- Give the ability to sort descending by that column so you can instantly see the most used
- Give the ability to remove the decimal place – it is just noise
- Give the ability to rename “Comfort” to something else eg. “Air Cons”
Dear Microsoft Teams Team,
Microsoft Teams suggestion – Help me find the highlight and font color
I expect no-one uses these 2 buttons regularly like they do in Outlook and Word. Therefore I think if you look at the current status of usage, these icons would not be used that much. If you were to change them to look just like Microsoft Word I’d bet the usage figures would go up.
Please consider using the same colour on the highlight and font colour icons
(Please tell me if I got this wrong and it is for the Microsoft Forms Team)
In Teams, you may have mistakenly moved a Microsoft Form into the team and now you want to get rid of it… but it is quite invisible.
- Can you add an easy way to get to this screen (on the right)?
Maybe add a 3rd option (after Rename and Remove) called “View this Form on Microsoft Forms | Group Forms”
I hope this helps…
When looking at form responses and seeing “Respondent x” it is an unpleasant experience.
This happens when you change the form to be available outside the organization. Now all responses are anonymous.
This should not happen for the internal employees.
Suggestion to Microsoft: Please add a new setting that requires you to log in to a Microsoft account before submitting a response (could be your Domain eg. SSW or personal). Then we can share the Form externally, but also store the internal employee names on the submitted form (essential for follow up questions).
Nasty workaround: Add an extra question to the form asking who it is, but that still wouldn’t give us the email address… So we would need to add another question for that too.
When you have 6 options like this, and one is “Other”, the users will type answers and then you want to read them. The problem is if, in the answers, you don’t give numbers or letters for each choice…
Tip: To avoid this problem and make it easier than find the others add “1. 2. 3 etc” or “A, B, C, etc” See Rules to Better Microsoft Forms
Can we remove the old ugly yellow references?
It looks like it is set in stone once the Team is created and cannot be updated. There appears to be no workaround
See appointment below:
If there is enough space to show all, the ‘See all’ button becomes unnecessary.
I often have Teams on the right side of my screen and there are a few little things that could be fixed.
Some examples as per the red arrows
- Expand “4 more”
- Expand columns
- Move buttons
- Add column last access eg. “5 hr”
Inside SSW, we have added a lot of clients into the Teams team. On the downside, you start seeing a lot of names you don’t know.
John is a client and a person I don’t really know. It took me a long time to know what he has access to here at SSW.
On this popup window it would be nice if you show something like this:
John has access to:
- 1 team
- 1 DevOps project
- 2 invoices (via an extensibility point)
On this Related Content view, I would like to see stats on who is clicking this and the length of time it took…
… say “Show the last 10 runs”