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Teams - Conversation tab - Newest on top or Oldest on top - Give user the RIGHT TO CHOOSE

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Issue:   MS Teams Conversation is defaulted to Oldest on Top and cannot be changed.

 

MS believes this is a better, and ONLY way and provides no option to customize.

 

Many seem to think the Newest on top is better, yet this has, from what I have read is preferred by many.

 

Microsoft claims to be "customer-centric." 

 

So I ask, instead of debating which is better, why can they not give us, the user/Customer/the ones that ultimately pay the salaries of everyone at Microsoft, the ability to choose which orientation to have?

 

a simple button, like sort order in MS Excel Filter options:

1.   Newest on top

2.   Oldest on top

 

and for something exceeding extra special...

3.    Search for _____________________

 

So we know that they can do it, They Choose NOT to.

 

GIVE US THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE!   

Just Saying......

 

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Best Response confirmed by adam deltinger (MVP)
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Hi!

Lots of uservoices open for this one, including this

https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/36259492-ms-teams-channel-conv...

Recommend to vote up to push up the agenda. I agree that choice is need here. If you vote then you'll be notified if this gets picked up

Hope that answers your question!

Best, Chris