If using MS Teams for a Project, there are usually some files which you would like to retain some confidentiality on. For example, risks, costs, etc. We have found a work around: Open in SharePoint > navigate to the channel folder > create a "Confidential" folder within it > change the permissions. Then when viewing in MS Teams, people without access cannot see the Confidential sub-folder.
If you changed the permission on the default Channel folder and viewed in MS Teams with an account that does not have rights MS Teams would enumerate the folder and the contents. Only when selecting a file to view it would MS Teams give you a permission error prompt.
+3 ... please update to support this... change is constant and the product should support it...
We are used to creating an Alternative Access Mappings (AAM) within an on-premise environment should renaming the intranet be required. In our case, the part of the business I am with was purchased and I could then update the intranet domain name to reflect this.
Please provide this functionality, as there are solid use cases to support it.