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TeamSpeak 5.0.0-beta35 – Announcements – TeamSpeak

Hi :hugs:

One week has past since beta 34 was released and it’s time to send beta 35 into our closed beta channel.

* Fix pinned message offset in slim mode
* Fix pinned message visibility not updating correctly when switching rooms
* Chat maintains position when loading dynamic content currently in view
* Fix chat not scrolling down when resizing the window
* Fix channel description, topic and server welcome message not showing up
* Add Windows 10 start menu tile support
* Fix issues with the application icon using the wrong resolution
* Fix sort order of clients not getting updated after nickname change
* Various minor improvements and bug fixes
* Old pinned messages might not be shown for new accounts

Any feedback for this release is welcome :wave:

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TeamSpeak 5.0.0-beta36 – Announcements – TeamSpeak

A new beta was released and this time it will bring you back the banlist!

This list can be found from admins when you right-click on the server name for the context menu or just click on the server. There you will find the Ban Hammer :smiley:

  • New feature to allow viewing and managing bans
  • Allow creating new bans manually
  • Fix server tree not updating when a user is renamed, the talk power changed or a channel was moved
  • Fix messages not being marked as read when client is active
  • Improve message scrolling
  • Update Chromium version
  • Various minor improvements and bug fixes
  • Old pinned messages might not be shown for new accounts

As always. Feedback for this update is welcome!

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TeamSpeak 5.0.0-beta36.1 – Announcements – TeamSpeak

Good Morning

Yesterday we did release our last client update for this year.
That one does fix some bugs to ensure that you still will be able to add contacts or join rooms over the holidays :christmas_tree:

  • Fix a crash viewing the ban list with very old bans or on old servers
  • Fix issue adding contacts
  • Fix being unable to join some rooms without an explicit invite

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TeamSpeak Server 3.13.3 [Important Security Update] – Announcements

The chances are low that it happened on your server.

You could make a backup and watch if anything suspicious happens. But please don’t start to get paranoid about anything on your server :cowboy_hat_face:.
As said the chances are low.

@All

We discussed that again and decided to give you all some details January 2021 (no fixed day).
We must give hosts enough chance to update their servers first. And some days aren’t enough for this.

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TeamSpeak 3 Client 3.5.7 [Beta] – Announcements

:loudspeaker: A new client beta for TS3 was spotted!

=== Client Release 3.5.7 - 11 Jan 2021
+ Added option to automatically select channel chat tabs after connecting to a
  TeamSpeak Server.
* Tweaked icons based on user feedback.
- Fixed an issue with duplicate names for cached badge icons.
- Fixed an issue where channel groups were not shown in client context menus
  when an inherited group has been set.

Note for those who look and report outdated Copyrights every year.
Yes we updated them to 2021 already ;D


To enable beta updates, simply go to Tools -> Options -> Application and select “Beta” from the update channel drop down.
Once done you can check for updates using Help -> Check for Updates to receive the update.

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Happy Holidays from everyone at TeamSpeak – Announcements

Fellow TeamSpeak users,

We have almost made it! An exhausting year is coming to an end and our team is leaving on vacation soon. We want to thank you for your continuous support during these challenging times of pandemic and lockdown. Our team is particularly grateful for your ongoing patience, interest, and contributions to TeamSpeak. We would be nothing without you – our community.

Our developers are working hard to improve the new TeamSpeak Client and in early 2021, we will introduce more of your beloved features from TeamSpeak 3, such as whisper support and file transfer. In addition, we are working on improvements to our chat system (which includes redacting your messages) and some exciting new features which will be revealed in good time.

We would like to extend our warmest wishes and good tidings to all our friends and family, and the entire TeamSpeak community for the New Year and beyond. We are incredibly excited about our future plans and all the big things we have in store for next year. We want to say a massive thank you to everyone once again for continuing to make TeamSpeak the VoIP product of your choice.

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa, and of course Happy New Year to all of you.

Here is to 2021! Stay safe everyone!

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TeamSpeak 5.0.0-beta37 – Announcements – TeamSpeak

Howdy and a Happy new year everyone. We hope you all had a good time :slight_smile:

We released a new beta client to our closed beta channel.
This is the list of new features and the bug fixes we did add for this version.

  • Support for deleting messages
  • Add option to automatically connect to bookmarked servers
  • Always show contacts with unread messages, regardless of status
  • Fix anti-flood ban being considered a permanent ban
  • Several adjustments to where and how animated avatars are displayed
  • Fix issue preventing creating bans of myTeamSpeak Ids
  • Change ban list to keep the pagination buttons in view
  • Fix outgoing poke showing up even though it failed to sent
  • Change default permissions of 1-to-1 chats (contacts), only applies to new contacts
  • Fix not displaying messages when joining a chat room
  • Fix editing a ban reducing the ban time
  • Add option to start the client when Windows starts
  • Update chromium version
  • Fix error sound played when reconnecting after server shutdown
  • Fix connection getting stuck when attempting to use hotkeys while connecting
  • Various minor improvements and bug fixes

That’s it for this version. More is to come :exclamation:

Constructive feedback is welcome :+1:

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TeamSpeak 5.0.0-beta38 – Announcements – TeamSpeak

Hi, we want to tell you that Beta37 is now out of date ;D

But we have good news for this situation.
We pushed out a new client update :partying_face:.

And here is what you get with this update.

* Display room join/leave messages
* Fix not being able to delete emojis using backspace
* Update emojis
* Fix loading older messages
* Fix Linux client using the same wallet as Chromium
* Indicate activity when accepting invites
* Fix startup crash on Linux
* Various minor improvements and bugfixes

Constructive feedback is welcome :+1:

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Closed beta access – Announcements

Hello everyone!

Hope you are all doing well?

We are now able to let more people join the closed TeamSpeak beta!

How will it work? I have created a questions and answers section below to highlight how this will work and what you need to do to gain access to the closed beta itself.

When will we gain access to the closed beta?

Similar to before, this will be a staggered roll out. This means that we will be allowing X amount of people to join at a time so we are able to check and make sure that everything is working as it should as we increase the population in the closed beta itself. Once we get the ok, we will let more people in. (Each time this happens, I will mention this in a reply to this post, so you know when to check for your access).

How do we access the closed beta?

If you registered for the original closed beta access but haven’t redeemed your closed beta access badge codes, or you have never received the email for closed beta access – The codes that were sent out to everyone have now expired and are non-replaceable. You will need to register on beta.teamspeak.com to join the current registrations if you want to join the closed beta. (The final codes for the original beta signups were sent out in January 2020 and these codes expired in the summer of 2020).

If you registered for beta access in the current registrations – When we get the ok to allow more people in, your beta access will be assigned to your myTS account without having to take any actions (so we are no longer sending emails to everyone with the codes to redeem). This means once you have access to the closed beta, you can then go to beta.teamspeak.com, login and you should be redirected to the downloader, so you begin testing the new client.

If you have not registered to join the beta at any point – You can sign up to join the closed beta on beta.teamspeak.com. Please note you will need a myTS account to receive access to the beta. You can sign up for a myTS account here: https://www.myteamspeak.com/ so you are able to receive access to the closed beta.

How can I check if I have access to the closed beta or not?

You can either:

  1. Check this on myteamspeak.com and review your badges after you login.
  2. If you’re on TS3: Tools -> Options -> myTeamSpeak -> Configure Badges -> This should show you every badge that you have.
  3. You can also login to beta.teamspeak.com itself, login and if you are taken to the downloader screen, then you have been given closed beta access.

For points 1 and 2, the badge you are looking out for is this: Capture

For point 3, the downloader screen once you login on beta.teamspeak.com should look like this:

How long will this process take?

This all depends on how well the staggered access goes and providing we don’t bump into any issues along the way with the population increase, however to be as fair as possible, we will be granting access in date order (so the users who have waited the longest on the current beta registrations, will gain access first and so on).

This will be a continuous process overall as we will be leaving beta registrations open for more people to join the closed beta, however it could be a while for fresh registrants to receive their access based on the previous point. All we can ask is for your patience in this respect, but everyone will gain access to the closed beta eventually.

I signed up for the current beta registrations, however I have already redeemed a closed beta access key leading up to this point on my myTS account. Will I still receive a second access?

On social DM’s etc., I was under the assumption that we were still going to be sending out closed beta keys to people via email so I did say prior that we would probably still send you a code, even though you already have access (thinking you could give this to a friend etc.), however as we are now assigning codes to accounts directly, this is no longer required and as everyone individually can sign up to join the closed beta, there isn’t really a need for beta badge codes now so duplications will be removed from the registration list, meaning you wouldn’t get a second code. Just thought I would reiterate this here as previous information I shared is now out of date.

I have found a bug/have an idea for the new TeamSpeak client. How can I share this?

My best suggestion would be to leave your feedback on community.teamspeak.com. We have several areas here which makes it easier for the team to locate current or new issues, or indeed share ideas about the future of the client. My top tip however would be to use the search function in the forums to see if this has already been reported or raised before. If you find a matching forum post, you can then add to this specific topic with your own experience/thoughts. When we release a new update for the closed beta, it might be better in some cases to report your findings under those specific posts. Example: TeamSpeak 5.0.0-beta38

I’ve changed my myTS account’s email address after I registered for the closed beta. Will I still gain access to the beta?

We will attempt to locate your account so we can apply the beta badge to your account still, will just require a little bit of detective work on our side.

Can you share what position I am in the beta registration queue? Are you able to share how many invites are sent out per wave?

No we can’t, but we can guarantee that everyone who has signed up for the closed beta registration will 100% receive access and this will be in date order as mentioned above.

Something to point out – If we were to reply to every single DM, forum post, support ticket, or message in general relating to this topic, it takes us away from other important tasks that requires attention across the business as a whole. (Don’t take this statement the wrong way, we absolutely love to talk to people, however we are a small team so we need to focus our energies in the right places). This is why I’ve covered this in great detail on this forum post and to ensure you all know what is going on.

I’m in the beta, is there any groups I can join?

On joining the beta, if you have any questions or issues, you can join our new TeamSpeak 5 Beta Room right now.

Copy and paste into the search bar:
#beta:tschat-1.teamspeak.com

Beta Test Germany:
#beta.de :tschat-1.teamspeak.com
Beta Test English:
#beta:tschat-1.teamspeak.com

When I register on beta.teamspeak.com, it mentions that “I’m on the waiting list” and I should expect an email, however from what you have said above, we won’t receive an email? I’m a bit confused.

This has been reported to the team who can change this as it is misleading. The information above this topic is accurate. (We used to send out emails to the beta testers with the closed beta keys, however now we add the codes directly to myTS accounts).

Hope this helps and looking forward to seeing you on the new client!

Stay safe everyone

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TeamSpeak 5.0.0-beta39 – Announcements – TeamSpeak

We suggest to place wishes for upcoming releases in existing or new threads instead of the release thread.

Are you still looking at suggestions/feature requests in the wishlist? As well as following the roadmap?

Because if it’s to difficult for TeamSpeak staff to keep up with request because of comments or the list is long, I suggested in the past to implement a platform for voting for feature requests, much like how Discord has it.

That way users can vote for their favorite feature and its easy for TeamSpeak staff to follow!