03-24-2020 11:26 AM
03-24-2020 11:26 AM
I know that I can not delete a general channel but I would like to delete posts to clean it up. Currently, when I click the "..." on a post the delete option is not available. I have read in other threads that this option needs to be turned on but I can not find instructions for doing so. I contacted my IT department and they can't seem to find this option either. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
03-24-2020 09:45 PM
05-12-2020 10:21 AM
Could you be more specific as to where the settings are to enable an Owner to delete threads in Posts tabs? I have gone through all settings in both 365 Admin for Teams and the specific Team itself, and I still do not have the ability to clear the conversations.
For some context, a small group of three of us are familiarizing ourselves with Teams before we roll it out to our company. We set up a Team site that we intend to use for a set of projects. On the General tab, there has become a very lengthy string of actions we've made and test meetings and conversations, all in our process of checking out Teams and getting the site set the way we want it for the project group. I'd rather not have the Posts tabs cluttered with our changing this, renamed that, created this, made that person an owner, test, replying to test, etc. Further, how do I disable all the action notifications (changes, etc)?
As an owner in Teams, and the owner of our company, I am baffled by the difficulty in cleaning up all this clutter. It's overwhelming and is not a good look for our professional presentation of Teams to our people.
05-12-2020 12:33 PM
05-12-2020 12:50 PM
I didn't know the change took time to go into effect. Now, the "Owners can delete all messages" checkbox is visible and checked. "Delete" now shows up in the "..." for the messages. At some point, does the "This message has been deleted" bit go away? I'm looking to produce a clean slate.
So also for the clean slate, how does one get rid - and stay rid - of all the action updates (things changed, things created, etc.)?
05-12-2020 01:03 PM
05-12-2020 01:13 PM
@Bill_Hall several similar are merged into the above UserVoice.
05-26-2020 09:32 AM
@Chris Webb wrote:
Messaging policy first need to be enabled: https://admin.teams.microsoft.com/policies/messaging/
@Chris Webb The link takes me to something that doesn't exist... Am I doing something wrong or do I need different privileges?
05-29-2020 08:28 PM
Hello @Chris Webb
I manage an organization's Microsoft Teams platforms. And was trying to updated my settings to enable and disable few settings. As I was trying to update those organization wide settings, by default Microsoft Link - takes me to the Teams account which I am not using. But has the same email address. You shared updating and moderating policies for members using this link - https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams/delete-posts-from-general-channel/td-p/125025...
On other platforms like Azure, I can switch between directories and I am trying to access my current Teams account, so I can update the settings. Let me know if you or someone can guide me as we noticed some Spam messages and old messages of folks who currently aren't associated with the organization anymore. And also trying to understand how to add and remove users from the organization as they seem to appear on the organization chat locations or general groups.
Thank you for your help!
09-09-2020 06:57 PMSolution
12-16-2020 04:20 AM
@Chris Webb Can you help at all please.
I am trying to tidy up our teams 'posts' in the General channel, to put it into context, we have 20 people posting throughout the day and i have been tasked with deleting everything outside of the previous week.
I am the owner so able to delete other colleagues posts, however, at the moment i am having to delete each posts and then the replies which is laborious and very time consuming. Is there anyway that i can delete multiple posts at the same time? Or clear the history totally?
Many thanks in advance