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🔰 Microsoft Teams infographic : Make the activity feed more useful with unread toggle

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How to easily check for unread notifications in the activity feed of my Microsoft Teams?

When you get a lot of notifications in Teams coming from teams, 1 to 1 conversations or group conversations about replies, likes or @mentions, it's always complicated to keep track of the activities in real time and especially not to miss any. So, how do you make only unread activities appear?

Until now, it was possible to filter the activity feed according to mentions, replies, reactions, missed calls, applications ... and now, the unread toggle juste came and it is just perfect. Once you enable the button, the activity feed displays all unread notifications (filtered and sorted by date). Very useful to follow closely what you missed. And once all activities have been read, you'll see a message "You're all caught up!". Truly satisfying.

- Notifications usually stay in the activity feed for 30 days so it's really worth to use this new feature

- In some case, it is possible to revert a read notification to an unread notification, you will see it again appear in the toggle unread

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