Microsoft announced yesterday that it is updating the search experience in its desktop client for Teams. While we wait for Teams 2.0, a complete revamp of the desktop app announced earlier this year, Microsoft is bringing a much-needed update to the way search results are displayed.
Starting in November, Microsoft will roll out the changes to search in Teams to Microsoft 365 tenants. With the rollout expected to be complete by mid-November.
Search results are now full page, instead of restricted to a small panel on the left of the app. And in place of accessing search filters, like From and Type etc., as dropdown menus above the results, search is divided into categories as tabbed pages at the top of the new results page.
The old search results panel in Microsoft Teams (Image Credit: Microsoft)
Much like search works in Outlook for iOS and Android, results will be displayed full screen and segmented into categories that you can expand, like Messages, and then Files for example, to see more.
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The new search results page in Microsoft Teams (Image Credit: Microsoft) Microsoft Teams search gets faster results, improved filtering, and AI-powered relevance
Microsoft says about the updated search experience in Teams:
“A new search results experience in Teams for Desktop clients will be launched to make finding messages, people, answers and files faster and more intuitive. This redesigned search results page features better context, faster results, improved filtering capabilities with AI-powered relevance based on the people and content you engage with most in Teams and other Microsoft 365 services.”
Microsoft didn’t say whether the new search
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