Our CEO has an assistant who has been setup as a calling delegate in Teams. This enables the assistant to answer the CEO's call when they are busy or unavailable. Works great, the assistant can see that the call is for the CEO's line and can see the call display of the caller. However, if the assistant steps away for lunch, she is unable to tell from the call history if missed calls were for her (assistant) or for the CEO. There is no differentiation in the call history for direct calls vs delegated calls.
Am I missing a setting somewhere? If the toast notification can show that an inbound call is a delegated call and show the callers detail, why can't the call history? How would an assistant who gets delegated calls for more than one executive be able to know which exec needs to call back what caller?