12-27-2018 06:57 AM
12-27-2018 06:57 AM
Have created a ticket on the 16th of November with Microsoft Support because of a Microsoft Teams environment where we can't delete a Wiki tab. We can create new Wiki tabs and can delete them, but the first one that was created can't be deleted. Anyone else experiencing this? No error message is shown.
12-27-2018 11:12 AM
12-28-2018 03:11 AM
This is only happening in 1 Microsoft Team and this one only has 1 channel (general). New Wiki tabs can be deleted, just 1 tab that is having this issue. Understand that we should normally be able to delete the Wiki, this is why I created the ticket. Ticket # is 12124766. Have also provided logs to Microsoft Support when I created the ticket.
01-02-2019 01:42 AM
Have tried both, didn't work. We also tried to delete it on the SPO end, but that also wasn't removing the tab. Based on what I have seen, this can only be fixed by MSFT. Wanted to know if someone else was facing this issue.
01-02-2019 02:12 AM
Did you check the channel's permissions?
- Are you an owner of the channel?
- If you are a member, perhaps the option "Allow members to delete and restore channels" is disabled.
I manage a lot of tenants, haven't experienced this issue & I did some tests on multiple tenants with Private & Public channels, with both member and owner permissions. Everything is working as intended for me.
01-02-2019 05:44 AM
I'm indeed an owner. Have already checked everything and concluded that it's not something we can fix. Have shared the logs back when I created the ticket (16th of November) and now Microsoft support is again asking for the same logs...
01-21-2019 04:36 AM - edited 01-22-2019 01:36 AM
Microsoft support has made zero progress in 2 Months...
All they have to do is delete a tab in Microsoft Teams. smh
I am sorry to hear your disappointment with us and I understand the frustration that such a small issue is taking so much time. Unfortunately we still have no updates from the product group and there's currently no movement on the case. As you already know, your patience is greatly appreciated and I'm hoping I'll be able to provide an update soon. Please keep in mind that I am doing everything I can in order to see this through.
Anyway, as soon as I have any further updates, I'll let you know. In the meanwhile if you have any other concerns, please let me know.
Thank you for contacting Microsoft Support and I wish you a great day.
01-24-2019 04:50 AM
No updates. Still waiting for someone at Microsoft to delete a tab... Very difficult to explain this to my customer and the user reporting this bug. It's obvious that Microsoft has given this bug a low priority and that they haven't done anything.
01-28-2019 04:00 AMSolution
Thanks, but not needed as the issue just got solved. We had a call with MSFT support and they asked us to use Graph to delete the tab and that worked. It would have been nice if someone would have pointed us into that direction earlier vs asking for more logs.
In case anyone else is experiencing this issue where a tab can't be deleted, explore the Graph options to see if that works for you as well.
11-27-2019 03:07 AM
I have set up and account on MS Teams for testing purposes and so far I have come across 3 main issues and it's quite disappointing.
1- The "Wiki" tab is already been added as a default but can't be removed. I am the admin owner. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the application. Also I tried to add OneNote tab and it had an issue with adding it to my tabs. Note: Other tab such as Zoho, Excel works no problem.
2- Have an issue with uploaded attachment into team conversation. It's been forever since this error shows up "We're setting up your files. Check back in a few minutes" Also OneDrive is not working. This error shows up "Something went wrong"
3- New Team Meetings can't be schedule, even on Outlook.
Can anyone help with these 3 issues I am having please.
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