How To Manage Channel Notifications In Microsoft Teams? Are you getting notified too much from Microsoft Teams? In this post I'll show you the first thing you want to do when trying to manage your notifications in MS Teams.
Read more below or watch the video to see how it is done.
Find out the first thing you should do when joining a large team.
If you have just been added to a team and are getting overwhelmed by the number of notifications, this is the post to read first.
Check out the video or follow the steps below.
For the rest in the notifications series, or for all Teams tips, check out the links at the bottom of the page.
*Note: Since this post was written, Microsoft has updated Teams and "Favourite" now appears as "Show" and "Hide" - the behaviour is the same, however.
To favourite a channel, go to the "more channels" section at the bottom of your team, click to expand it and then click on the star of the channel you want to favourite
To remove a favourite, click on the three dots to the right of the channel in view and select "remove favourite"
"Follow" notifies you about all posts to a channel regardless of whether they @mention the channel or not. We do not recommend following any channels as this might overwhelm you with notifications
Remember, favouriting a channel does two things:
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