Microsoft to offer more customisation on Teams’ Activity Feed: Here’s how to configure it

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Microsoft to offer more customisation on Teams’ Activity Feed: Here’s how to configure it
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  • Microsoft is bringing better configuration to the Teams’ Activity Feed.
  • Users will be able to customise what they want to see in their Activity Feed.
  • Microsoft is developing the feature to take care of the information overload that the users might be experiencing at the moment.
Microsoft is developing a new feature that will allow users to configure their Activity Feed notifications on Microsoft Teams. Users will be able to change the type of notification that appears on their feed.

Currently, the Activity Feed shows users @mentions, message replies, emoji reactions and other notifications but Microsoft is looking to address the information overload that may be happening due to this.

You should note that users can customise the notifications they receive in the app but they have no control over what they may see in the Activity Feed. And with this new development, Microsoft wants to address this issue and give more control to the users on what they want to see in their feed. Microsoft will allow users to configure the notifications of their Activity Feed manually. Here’s how you will be able to do it.

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How to configure Microsoft Team Activity Feed


  • Open the Activity Feed in Microsoft Teams.
  • Then, right-click on any feed item.
  • You will be able to turn on/off all reactions.
  • You can also select the apps whose notifications you would like to see in the Activity Feed.
It is important to note that you will only be able to configure the Activity Feed on Teams once its public preview version is launched later this month. Currently, the feature is under development and is expected to roll out globally for all users. It will be interesting to see how this feature can curb the information overload that the Teams’ users might be experiencing at the moment.

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