Genius, actually. Whether in a document, in Windows Explorer, on mobile devices like Android or Apple and in the Web, sharing is the same everywhere.
No, not in teams, there it is only possible via detours. And on July 16, 2020 Microsoft announced that users in teams should receive the same procedure. Microsoft cannot keep this date:
|Start of roll-out: mid August||end of August|
|Roll-out end: mid September||End of September|
With this update, when users share a file from within Teams, they will have the option to create sharing links that provide access to
- people within your organization,
- people with existing access or
- specific people, including those in a 1:1 chat, group chat, or channels.
Before users share a file in a chat and channels, they will be notified if recipients don’t have permission to view the file. The user can change permissions before they share the file (if they have permission to do so).
The reasoning is a bit special for me:
To ensure the best possible experience for our users, we are delaying some of our deployments to reduce the amount of changes flowing into the services.
as of late, schedules are repeatedly thrown overboard. Microsoft Team users unfortunately have to be patient.
ressource: Microsoft MC218732 Roadmap 51230