Hi @Ed Newman
how do all the people in the group have any idea who is dealing with the voicemail?
I suppose the best practice would be asking the person which is dealing with this case to send a notification either via email or in Teams channel to notify others,
as Teams won't know about the follow-up (someone contacted the caller) after the voicemail.
Is there anyway (with out work arounds) of having voicemails appear in the teams channel that the queue is associated with, so that users can at least comment that they are dealing with it?
To me this can be done with Power Automate.
You can create a flow and set voicemail as a trigger to send a message to the corresponding Teams channel.
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