Mar 24 2020 06:18 AM
Mar 24 2020 06:18 AM
Hello there. Sorry if I am in the wrong place.
Me and my work colleagues are enjoying the teams app in these difficult times and we want to get the most out of it. I think the business is on office 2019, and we seem to have access to lots of good stuff, sharepoint etc.
We have set up some channels in the teams section for the various bids we are working on and within these further channels breaking the bid down.
Unless we are actually in the teams section of the app we have no idea anyone has posted. If we go into the team section channels with notifications are bolded, but thats not much use unless we are in the teams section.
Is there no way to have a number or what ever appear on the teams logo on the left just like it does on the chat icon?
I have checked notifications settings they are all on.
Mar 24 2020 06:31 AM
Mar 25 2020 01:01 PM
My group has the same issue. It appears if you turn notifications on after the channel is set up and team members are added, then notifications don't work.
Mar 27 2020 11:52 AM
We are having the same issue, whether we create the group with individuals or use a 365 group. We have the notifications turned on but only receive replies to comments we've made. We have no idea outside of physically checking the Teams area for bolded wording to know a new post has been made. I just want to follow to see if anything is posted that might help. This is showing to be a hurtle for adoption of the software.
Mar 28 2020 06:11 PM
Apr 01 2020 09:03 AM
@garethsnaim My department has been experiencing the same issue. It's intermittent, too. Some days the notifications work, other days they don't; Some days you can adjust notification settings, other days you can try but they will not stick! I work in a dispatch office, we are moved around from area to area daily. Each area has it's own team, so each day we have to adjust our notification settings to ensure we're receiving the ones we need ,and aren't bogged down by those we don't need.
We aren't listed as administrators, so we can't change any Windows settings requiring that authorization. But if there is a known fix our local admins can apply, I will be happy to pass the information along.
Windows 10 Enterprise, V 1803, OS build 17134.1365