11-03-2016 02:17 PM
03-07-2019 07:11 AM
hi and thanks, we hope that microsoft can develop it too, we need to put permissions to channels to specific users otherwise we would have to create more teams groups and i don't see it neccesary !!
Esperamos que microsoft pueda desarrollarlo, necestiamos poner permisos a canales para usuarios especificos de lo contrario tendriamos que crear mas grupos y no lo veo necesario
Thank for your help
03-07-2019 07:45 AM
Even if they aren't private, is there a way to limit who gets notified? Because like you said, there are some conversations or channels within a group that only pertain to some members - and the whole team doesn't want to get notified. We shouldn't have to create such granular teams to avoid spamming people with unnecessary noise within their own team. As a use case: my "team" at work consists of a sales manager, a few sales reps, sales engineers, consultants, etc. Some conversations I have about certain accounts are specifically relevant to the consultants and to myself (the account manager), the entire team isn't interested in that channel. Though, if we wanted to pull someone in or to notice the conversation, we could just '@' them. The channel would be open, so anyone can go in and see our conversation (like a manager) but they don't want to know everything... So if you could choose "primary team members" for a channel so they get notified to activity but the rest of the team just has passive access.
05-07-2019 07:42 AM
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05-16-2019 10:49 AM
05-16-2019 10:49 AM
Speaking from a legal office perspective, I can see that some cases would be of such magnitude that a dedicated "Team" or group would be appropriate with related Sub-channels for smaller focus groups of specified people would make sense. On the other hand, using the "Teams" level for the different areas of practice such as Family Law, Personal Injury, Business Law, etc. with Sub-channels reserved for each client/case makes as much sense. In either case, ABSOLUTE, AUDIT & ACCESS CONTROL CAPABILITY MUST BE MAINTAINED at both the Team and Sub-channel levels in order to protect a persons privacy and comply with State and Federal law. We are very anxious to get that Sub-channel Access Control implemented.
07-15-2019 09:21 AM
I am not seeing this functionality in Teams but I also think it would be GREAT to have! I have projects where certain people are only involved for certain portions (i.e. a testing user group) and I would like a place for them to collaborate but they don't need access to the entire project's collaborative material.
07-15-2019 09:39 AM
@Marc Wenning Would it be possible for Microsoft Teams Leadership to take a firm position on this and tell us what that position is so as a company we can move forward. I don't see it anywhere in the Roadmap. It seems like it has been under consideration for many years... what gives?
07-15-2019 09:52 AM
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