Microsoft is working on an auto-suggest feature for Search in Microsoft Teams. Aiming to improve its search functionality, the new “Top Hits” feature will use the user’s recent searches to generate relevant results automatically. Top Hits will display the search results based on chats, files, people, and data shared within Teams, an entry in the Microsoft 365 Cloud PC service roadmap suggests.
It is currently in the development phase and is expected to be released by September end. For the unversed, this feature was previously scheduled for an August release but got delayed. It allowed people to use their personal and work accounts on the same app on the Windows PC. Initially, it was being tested with Microsoft Team’s web version. However, the new rollout in September may include the desktop app and support for Mac.
With the Top Hits feature, users will be able to make their search faster with relevant search results based on AI, which already existed on Teams earlier. It will now be a universal search feature.