12-12-2018 09:16 AM - last edited on 12-12-2018 09:37 AM by Eric Starker
Hey All, I'm Dan from Chicago Il.
I'm wondering about a few features that exist in Slack but not in Teams. Specifically, when can we @-mention a whole chat channel? I'd love to be able to @all, @channel, or @here.
I'd also like to hear more about personal channels. Specifically, our users would love to see the ability to integrate with some of the 3rd party apps like Trello on their personal channel.
12-12-2018 09:31 AM
Thanks for your feedback. This is a common confusion point for our users. We're looking into how we can improve this experience.
12-12-2018 09:47 AM
12-12-2018 12:46 PM - edited 12-12-2018 01:00 PM
Looks like there is some confusion about what I'm asking for.
Just to clarify, I'm looking to @-mention all users within an existing chat the same way that you can @-mention an individual. I'm not talking about @searching from the search bar. I'm also not talking about posting to a channel within a Team.
What I'd like to do is be able to say (within a group chat, or Conversations pane); "@all, it's time for our 10:00 meeting" or "@here, we're heading out for drinks after work" and have that trigger the same visual priority settings within teams that @-mentioning the individual would have such as the the orange bar and the visual "@" indicator.
In most ways, I prefer Teams to Slack, but the @here and @channel chat features were really helpful.
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