10-12-2018 09:00 AM
10-12-2018 09:00 AM
We use Teams web app to chat. Everyone complains they don't get the notifications on the desktop, only in the teams browser tab. How can I get the notifications to show on the desktop? Thanks for the help
10-12-2018 09:16 AM
10-12-2018 09:50 AM
10-15-2018 01:46 AM
Thanks, but we are not using the Windows app. We are using the chat via browser and we would like to get desktop notifications.
@adam deltinger wrote:
There has been issues with this! Please check your notification settings in the app first then see if windows 10 quiet hours is on! There was an issue regarding this but it should be fixed! Just make sure!
Else create a ticket with Microsoft within the admin portal
10-15-2018 01:49 AM
I would prefer to avoid the need of installing an app. Is franz reliable and lightweight? We've been avoiding to use the Teams offical app because it consumes too much RAM. Most of our computers only have 4GB of RAM. In this kind of machine the app consumes too much resources.
@Chris Webb wrote:
Same issue here, but I can't recall if web has ever given desktop notifications when using web? I know franz will work but it goes through a client to do so.
10-15-2018 07:14 AM
01-18-2019 05:33 AM
Hoping for an answer to this as well. We would like to demonstrate the use of Teams on shared computers. Since there isn't a kiosk mode, we are looking at the web version as the solution, and a notification when a new chat arrives is one of the requirements. Feature parity, please!
02-26-2019 03:50 AM
Is there a similar option to enable/disable Notifications for Desktop client
Now-a-days, whenever a new meetings starts, my Teams client gives notification that Meeting is started by a particular person, where is this setting's control
02-26-2019 04:23 AM
all notification settings are in the settings:
Click your profile photo - settings - notifications
03-21-2020 05:51 AM
@Igor Furnas I don't know if you found a solution, but I found that you simply need to allow notifications for the site settings in chrome :
06-24-2020 11:36 PM
@billybraga For me the chat notifications are shown but not the call notifications. I have 4 teams sessions open at the same time with different accounts and each open in a different Edge profiles , and when i hear a call i need to quickly jump through each browser windows to see which one is calling.
As a partner i have various clients and some of them want to use their teams account instead of adding me as a guest.
this is extremely annoying.
08-26-2020 09:13 AM
I am having same problem in same scenario (running Teams in Edge-Installed as App) and I am only getting Alerts (i.e. for Chat messages and Calls) inside of the browser window. I need them as a window pop-up so when the browser or tab isn't on top, I am still being notified.
I also run Teams desktop native app (for another domain) and it works fine.
I am using Edge, not Chrome, but I checked the settings you refered to and it's definitely set to 'allowed'.
Is it even possible to get what I need here?
08-26-2020 09:29 AM
08-26-2020 11:03 AM
@Chris Webb Thanks for the quick reply. I went and double check my Assist and Teams Settings, they seem to be in alignment with your suggestions...
I do get pop-ups from Windows for Teams Native App Calls and other popups for things like McAfee updates, Office Updates, Adobe Updates. I intentionally have Outlook alerts turned off because I get way too many emails to have that popping up all day. I can't think of any other alerts that pop up though. Any suggestions on where in the Windows OS to dig into to find what's blocking my Teams-in-Edge-App windows alerts?
08-26-2020 11:07 AM
09-02-2020 06:54 AM
Hi, I want to join this topic. My collegue and I have the same issue... Teams runs in two instances (one in Windows 10 app, one in Edge). With Edge we get notifications for chat messages but NOT for calls which is unfortunate.
All notification settings you have suggested have been checked.
10-22-2020 01:08 PM
If using Chrome, go into Settings then Notifications. Under the Block list, find teams.microsoft.com. Click on the right arrow to the right of it (looks like the "play" symbol). Scroll down until you see "Notifications" and change it to "Allow".
You may have to go into Windows --> Settings --> Notifications and ensure Chrome is set to allow too.