What Does BANNER Mean in Microsoft Teams?

On Microsoft Teams, BANNERs are large notifications which appear at the corner of the screen whenever a user receives a message or is mentioned, individually or as a member of a team, in any channel.

Within Microsoft Teams, notifications can be turned off completely or users can choose to receive them as BANNERs, as emails or only within the channel feed (or any combination of the three).

Summary of Key Points

"On-Screen Notification" is the most common definition for BANNER on Microsoft Teams. Here is some more information about BANNER-(TEAMS):
Definition:On-Screen Notification (Microsoft Teams)
3: Guessable
Typical Users:
Adults and Teenagers

Example of BANNER (TEAMS) Used in a Text


See Also

CHANNEL (TEAMS) (Focused Discussion (Microsoft Teams)) CHECK-IN (TEAMS) (Unlock a File for Editing (Microsoft Teams)) CHECK-OUT (TEAMS) (Lock a File for Editing (Microsoft Teams)) DEPARTMENT USE (TEAMS) (Private Team (Microsoft Teams)) GROUP CHAT (TEAMS) (Chat Between More Than Two Team Members (Microsoft Teams)) GUEST (TEAMS) (External Participant in a Team (Microsoft Teams)) PRIVATE CHAT (TEAMS) (Conversation Visible Only to Members Involved (Microsoft Teams)) PROJECT USE (TEAMS) (Broad-Based Team (Microsoft Teams)) RED DOT ICON (TEAMS) (Status Alert Icon (Microsoft Teams)) TEAM MEMBER (TEAMS) (Participant in a Team (Microsoft Teams)) TEAM OWNER (TEAMS) (Team Member With Enhanced Privileges (Microsoft Teams)) TOFT (Take One For The Team) WIKI (Collaborative Publication) WIKI (TEAMS) (Smart-Text Editor (Microsoft Teams))