Microsoft announced a new feature coming to Microsoft Teams Desktop client that will help users maintain clarity in the age of endless instant messaging.
The company hopes to introduce the ability to delete chat threads in Video conferencing software by the end of the year, claiming that December 2022 is the target for general availability.
in the entry Microsoft roadmap (Opens in a new tab)the description says: “Users can permanently delete entire conversations from their view.”
This should help workers filter out unused threads so they can keep important conversations more visible.
Delete messages in Teams
Microsoft says that “this does not affect what any other user sees in the chat.” In other words, any conversations deleted by you will remain unchanged by the other participant, so messages remain easily accessible if they need it.
For now, the ability to delete conversations is slated to come to popular desktop versions Online Collaboration Application, including Macs. No word on the mobile rollout, although this could be added at a later time.
In an effort to make Teams the most competitive platform for businesses as they face increasing competition from the likes Zoom And the Google is dead Microsoft is constantly adding new features in its roadmap, which provides an indication of upcoming additions.
Scheduled to arrive at the beginning of 2023, Microsoft is also hoping to add subroom support for Android devices, which should attract a large number of workers who need to access meetings on the go.
Currently, both features are set to be in the “in development” phase according to the company’s roadmap, with full “launch” and “launch” phases awaiting.