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Hello Guys,

 

Is it possible, that when someone comments on your old post, it won't make changes to the sequence of posts in teams channel? 

 

For example to be clear,

 

I posted something on 5th of april

I posted something on 7th of april

 

after this 7th april post someone commented on 5th aprils post and older post appeared after 7th of april's' post. I want that the posts' of 5th april stayed on its place , before 7th of april not after 7th aprils post.

 

1 Reply

Hi @Natia700   AFAIK, the order can't be changed, based on a Uservoice item that was opened to keep things in chronological order: Keep the messages in channels in chronological order – Microsoft Teams UserVoice   You might want to vote on this...