Looking to understand why MS engineers overwrote native Mac OS behavior in the most recent Teams update
It's no longer possible to click on the app to give Teams focus then click a second time to click on a conversation. Native Mac OS behavior works this way and MS Teams did not have this bug until early February. No you can click once to get Teams in focus and the second click behaves as if you double clicked a conversation. In practice this just opens a ton of random conversation windows in their own window instead of just showing them inside the app. This is a bug. Everyone on a Mac is experiencing it. I really wish MS had a QA team.
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I feel like that's why Teams so ridiculously buggy. Did you ever consider a QA cycle where you test products?
I mean, usually a QA will question the design, but I don't think there is a design team to send it to -- but MS could at least check for UI bugs.