Slack, Zoom Team Chat, or Webex primary end users who also maintain full secondary Microsoft Teams accounts may want to disable Teams notifications to declutter their workspace.
Admins are unable to make these changes on an organizational scale. Share this guide with your end users to walk them through disabling Microsoft Teams notifications.
Note that changing these settings will not affect the Mio sync. End users will still receive notifications on their primary platform.
How to disable Microsoft Teams notifications
Log into your Microsoft Teams account.
Click the three-dot icon in the upper righthand corner. Select Settings.
Click Notifications. From here, end users can personalize notifications for the following:
Frequency of missed activity emails
Sound notifications on messages and incoming calls
Desktop and activity notifications for teams and channels
Banner and feed notifications for chat, meetings and calls, and presence status
Tip: Set your status on Microsoft Teams to "I'm on [Platform B]" to keep the rest of your team aware and communicating cohesively.