Hi @Tom Slayton
Could the SMS user receive the invitation when adding to a new group?
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Teams appears to be working now from Windows and my iPad. The experience is better from iPad than Windows. When texting from Windows the end user does not receive the message from my outlook.com email or mobile number but from random numbers for each message. That confuses the recipients and does not make for a good experience. Also sending a text and having to create a group fist seems like extra work. iMessage is so much easier and Microsoft should look at that app on macOS and iOS to see how it works. Finally, Microsoft should consider renaming Teams to something different like Microsoft Messenger because Teams sounds too work focused. I get that Microsoft is a work orientated company but if they want people to use their products for personal use they need to be more consumer based. I want this app to work smoothly and seamlessly across devices with a low barrier of entry to send my messages from any device. It is not quite there yet on either front. I want to not have to use Apple and use MS for all of my computing. Windows 11 and the future of Surface looks pretty good. We just need the entire eco system to to just work. Sorry for the long winded reply but the way that this thing is currently working and the name of it all feels like consumers are once again the after thought for Microsoft.
Hi @Tom Slayton
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