This instructional guide shows how to manage notifications on Microsoft teams and how to stop Microsoft teams from automatically starting once you log in to the computer.
Note: When selecting the do not disturb feature, you will only get notifications for urgent messages and from your priority contacts. See below on how to set up Do not disturb.
Step 1: Click on your profile picture on the top left-hand side.
Step 2: Select Available.
Step 3: Click Do not disturb as highlighted in the illustration below.
Please note you will have the following message on top. It gives you the opportunity to change the priority contacts in your settings.
Changing Priority Contacts
Step 1: Select change settings from the banner (underlined below).
Step 2: Select Manage priority access. (You can access the Manage priority access feature by clicking on your picture in the top right corner, select Settings, then Privacy, and Manage priority access.)
Step 3: Type in the person's name whom you want to give priority access and select the name from drop down list.
For example, as you can see I have added Dale as my priority access, I can click on the X to remove him or I can type another name and continue to populate the list.
Whilst you are on the settings menu select Notifications and you will be presented with the following options:
If you want sign out or stop from automatic signing you into Microsoft teams use the following guide