Microsoft Teams Activity Feed is one great place to keep track of all your important news and activities like your recent likes, replies, and more. However, you can choose to filter your feed based on what kind of notifications you want to be visible. So, check out how to filter Microsoft Teams Activity Feed.
How to filter Microsoft Teams Activity Feed
If there’s too much information in your Activity Feed of Microsoft Teams, you can cut the clutter by filtering it. Here’s how!
- Select Activity
- Select Filter option
- Choose the desired filter
Please note that you can only see the most recent information if you filter by ‘Feed’ or by ‘My Activity’ but if you filter by ‘Team Activity’, you can make visible all the messages shared by the teams from the creation date.
1] Select Activity
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Hit the ‘Activity’ button (visible as a bell-shaped icon) in the upper-left corner of your computer screen to view your activity feeds.
2] Select the filter option
Now, select the ‘Filter’ icon (visible as a funnel-shaped icon) adjacent to ‘Feed’ down-arrow.
3] Choose the desired filter
Now, in the menu that pops up, chose what you want to see or what type of notifications you want to be displayed, for example, @mentions.
When done, press the ‘X’ button to close the filter.
For a more specific feed, go to the ‘Feed’ menu and select ‘My activity’. You’ll see a list of everything you’ve been up to lately in Teams.
In an attempt to avoid confusion, Microsoft attaches unique symbols to different types of notifications in your feed. That way, you can look through your feed and prioritize things, accordingly. See the image above.
The above method works for both, Desktop and Mobile versions of Microsoft Teams. However, the image displayed above are of Desktop version of Microsoft Teams.