Jun 08 2021 02:02 PM
Jun 08 2021 02:02 PM
I wish to share a link to a specific message in Teams chat ... however only options are
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the ability to copy a link to a chat message is extremely handy ... its available on say Slack why not on Teams ? or perhaps its a config setting disabled at my work ?
Jun 08 2021 11:42 PMSolution
Dec 08 2021 02:22 PM
Jan 05 2022 05:27 AM
That would be nice.
But - now one year later - I've got the same problem even within a channel. But the problem does not exist in all channels. In some channels I've got the "copy link" ("Link kopieren" in german) and at least in one, I only have the share via Outlook option /"Mit Outlook teilen").
Does anyone know why?
Jan 10 2022 10:17 AM
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Mar 31 2022 01:47 PM
Jul 08 2022 10:00 AM
We have the exact same need. We often take a chat, rename it and make it a standing conversation, and need to send the link out to someone. I am pretty shocked to hear that we can't do this
MS should get on this simple addition!
Sep 21 2022 04:30 AM - edited Sep 21 2022 04:32 AM
Please Microsoft, do something with this... We was forced to migrate from Slack to MS Teams and everyday I get frustrated when I need to share a link from a message in a "Private Chat" to my mates.
It's better to don't talk about the Linux "Preview" client app and other topics. From my point of view Slack is really better in all senses, but definetively this topic about sharing the link to private chat messages is the worst issue and the one that drives me to frustration.
Sep 21 2022 04:47 AM
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Dec 08 2022 07:43 AM
Jan 30 2023 05:56 PM
I will add my voice in support of this need.
I frequently need to capture the link to a specific message in a chat as context for an action that I need to take, or as a reference for a project I am working on. I have as many as 200 projects (using the GTD definition of "project" as "an outcome requiring more than one action to realize") in flight at any given time, and conversations coming at me from every direction - some relevant, many not, some invited, many ad hoc, etc.
Three days from now, I will have an inkling that someone gave me pertinent info about a project (and likely also attached a file or included a table, etc.), I just won't remember exactly when it happened, and whether the person did so as part of one chat group or another, or if it was a direct message just to me.
What's odd is that I can get the URL for a private chat message through an integrated App. I have the Todoist integration added, and I can make a Todoist task out of a chat message. The integrated App adds the task to Todoist with the URL to the chat.
I can also do the same thing to OneNote with the OneNote integrated App in Teams.
I usually just do that, and then go to Todoist or OneNote to get the URL so I can copy it into my project references, but then have to clean up by deleting the task or the OneNote note.
If I can get the URL through one of those means, why can I not just copy it to the clipboard from Teams? It's clearly useful, and clearly possible...