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Suggestion for Better UX - dock the file navigation history/ path in files tab of teams

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@Microsoft_Teams_team 

If we add more number of files to Microsoft teams then..
the file navigation goes up while we scroll down in search of a file and if we need to go back to the previous folder..we have to scroll up again and click on folder to redirect to a specific folder...

 

Instead docking the file navigation history to the top leads to better User-Experience in files tab.


file navigation historyfile navigation history

 

 

Also a add a "back" button to go back to the previous folder from a document opened in native application would be appropriate which is currently missing. so that it would be easy to use.

 

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I have raised this idea in uservoice

https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/40892272-suggestion-for-better...

Please do comment your feedback on the suggestion and 

vote! if u feel this its worth it.

@Christopher Hoard 

 

2 Replies
best response confirmed by gk_vasudev (Occasional Contributor)
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@gk_vasudev, Thanks for your suggestion. This looks valuable feature.

And to add to those suggestions before...There's one more in the bag.

When a message in teams pops up in the right bottom corner...
Please do have "Mark as Read" option as well along with "Reply" because not all messages need a reply or a reaction.
even if we ignore the message...the notification count in the "chat" navigation in left vertical nav-bar still stays up.

So i think "Mark as Read" would be one of the better features to include.
what do you think?