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So, in my terminal I have ctrl+shft+c for copy. I obviously use this quite a bit and have gotten pretty used to accidentally opening devtools in chrome.

Well, in Microsoft teams apparently ctrl+shft+c calls everyone in chat, even if you immediately hang up everyone still has call and they all chat with each other wondering who initiated call I guess.

I was in general chat and went to copy something and initiated a company wide call accidentally. Oops.

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  • 2
    😁😁😁 good one! Didn't even know Teams does that.. Will have to be more careful
  • 5
    I do this all the time, it's maddening, now I just need to work out how to change the key bindings in teams.
  • 4
    @C0D4 you can't. Already looked it up.
  • 5
    I did the same thing few days ago. I cancelled the call in seconds of initiating it yet all others in the chat got called. Everybody stayed on the call for few minutes confused as hell trying to work out what was going on.

    And no there is no option to change shortcut keys or at least disable the shortcuts.
  • 2
    one time I accidentally hit the call button on a big group chat. I had people asking me why I called them all day
  • 3
    man who thought that a keyboard shortcut to *THAT* function would be necessary??
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  • 4
    A bit like ctrl+enter on Skype for Business. When you try to add a line break to your message and end up calling. Luckily that program is dead.
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