Search bar commands - Faster navigation through Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams search bar commands allow you to easily navigate the Teams application. For example, view someone's activities by searching for /activity. Retrieve all Microsoft Teams keyboard shortcuts? Recent files/Files. Read more commands in this blog post.
Single team or channel search
If you are looking for one chat history in one specific team press CTRL - F and at the top will automatically fill in the channel.
All commands for the Teams search bar
|Command||What does it do?|
|/activity||View all activities of a particular person.|
|/available||Set status to available|
|/away||Set status to away|
|/busy||Set status to busy|
|/so-back||Set status to So back|
|/dnd||Set status to Do Not Disturb.|
|/files||View recent files.|
|/Go to||Going to a Team or Channel.|
|/help||Help at Teams.|
|/participate||To a Team participate|
|/keys||See shortcut keys|
|/mentions||See all your @mentions.|
|/org||Displaying someone's organizational chart|
|/saved||Display list of saved items.|
|/unread||View all unread activities|
|/chat||Quickly send a message to a person|
|/new||What's New in Microsoft Teams|
|/who||Ask "Who" a question in Microsoft Teams|
|/wiki||Adding a quick note|
Search bar commands in Microsoft Teams in English
/pop is the latest new ability to start a chat in a separate window. You can read all about it here .
Viewing someone's activity.
See shortcut keys
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