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  1. Arm 32-bit .deb package for Linux

    64-bit currently exists. Create an Arm 32-bit .deb package for Linux users

    Referred from Tech Community thread

    https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams/teams-for-linux-arm32-arch-support/m-p/1096569

    223 votes

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  2. Update Linux Client

    Please update the Linux client, it is now six weeks out of date (1.3.00.8663).

    This version might also be vulnerable to the "evil gif" .

    217 votes

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  3. Native window borders and header in Linux app

    Linux has many desktop environments each of them has different kind of windows managers that provides window borders and window header with close,minimize buttons, etc.

    Teams ignore window manager at all ant provides its own window controls for main application window.

    This is looks ugly because it does no comply with system look and feel. Also there is no window borders so it is hard to resize main window.
    No shadows and other effects, because most of them related to default windows manager.
    Look into attachment how teams window looks that in placed over web page.

    VS Code for Linux…

    209 votes

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  4. Keep Teams for Linux features on par with the Windows version

    The features and functions discrepancy between the Linux and Windows versions grow with each release. This seems to become the same issue as Microsoft had/has with Skype where a Linux version is release but maintaining a release on par with Windows is non-existent.

    The idea/suggestion to have all releases on all platforms on par with functions and features. This will also prevent discrepancies and platform incompatibilities between users of different operating systems.

    203 votes

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  5. Please provide a Teams Linux Client for Raspberry Pi (arm32) especially due to Corona hardware crisis

    Due to Corona-Crisis hardware for homeoffice etc. is limited but Raspberry Pies (Desktop Kits) are still available in larger numbers.
    Would be great to get the Teams App running on Raspian (arm32 or if not possible there is a arm64 kernel).
    As an alternative Chromium should be supportet including Audio/Video for the Web App of Teams.

    142 votes

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  6. Linux Desktop Notification system

    The Linux client should use the Linux Desktop Notification system to increase visibility of new message notifications. Currently notifications pop up on the same virtual desktop as the client itself; pointless if you are not looking at that desktop at the time.

    102 votes

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  7. Support Screen Sharing in web browser

    The web app doesn't support screen sharing. This would be a huge setback for the linux users as we don't have a native Linux client.

    81 votes

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  8. Respect X11/GNU/Linux window manager.

    Respect X11/GNU/Linux window manager.

    For example - also Chromium web browser by default
    is not decorated by window-manager
    but it can easily be configured to be managed.

    58 votes

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  9. Enable Shifts on Linux Client

    My team is using linux for developing but the company uses teams and office365 suite.

    It would be great to use Shifts feature from linux!

    53 votes

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  10. Notifications on Linux temporarily freeze the desktop window manager

    This issue is related to the one asking for native notifications....

    https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/39279040-introduce-freedesktop-dbus-notifications-for-linux

    I think this deserves its own issue though. Yes, an option for native notifications would definitely fix this issue for me, since I'd immediately switch to the native notifications. But if the developers of the Teams client leave the non-native notifications as a toggleable option for example, then I think they should ultimately fix this for the non-native notifications any users who prefer that.

    On my system (Arch Linux, i3wm), notifications from Microsoft Teams seem to grab focus and cause a very noticeable freeze for about a half…

    52 votes

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  11. Use system notifications and system APIs

    Properly using system notifications instead of running your own would be a better experience for the user. It would respect their do not disturb settings and keep an alert in the notification area of the desktop.

    Using the proper system APIs for notifications would also help show notification bubbles on applications to quickly let the user know how many events he has missed.

    50 votes

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  12. Only suggest desktop app download on supported platforms.

    Only suggest desktop app download on supported platforms. Unless the desktop app can run on Linux DotNet, it's not applicable to a client using Chrome on Linux, or ChromeOS.

    45 votes

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  13. Sound Sharing in linux

    Please add sound sharing option to linux

    38 votes

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  14. How to start MS Teams minimized to tray--Ubutnu 18.04.4 LTS

    We want to minimize Microsoft Teams to system tray after automatically launching on the Linux client.

    37 votes

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  15. Making phone calls from the Teams web application

    Making phone calls from the browser app is not possible yet. This would be an alternative for a native linux app. This is the only feature I am missing now

    32 votes

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  16. Teams on Linux can't select virtual audio input devices

    the device setup on Teams for Linux only provides some physical input devices but not some virtual input device from pulseaudio like the one provided by module-echo-cancel. How can I use that as default? The pulseaudio mixer allows to switch the input device of teams (still recognized as "skype"), but the next call in Teams resets the input device.

    30 votes

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  17. Linux: Integrate with GNOME and use gnome notifications for new chat messages & other notifiations

    Integrate with GNOME and use gnome notifications for new chat messages & other notifiations

    30 votes

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  18. 29 votes

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  19. MS Teams PowerShell CLI-app

    MS Teams PowerShell CLI-app:
    I want to be able to use the chat function in teams through an CLI app in PowerShell. Like irssi for irc on linux

    29 votes

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  20. Create snap package for Linux

    Many Microsoft products are already available in the snap store: VSCode, Powershell, Azure CLI etc. Any chance Microsoft Teams joins this list?

    Alternatives such as Slack, Discord and Mattermost are already available from the snap store. This gives them great visibility, makes the installation experience super easy, enables auto-updates, and ensures the best compatibility across all distributions supporting snaps.

    I don't like installing a .deb package from the internet because I don't know what it will do to my system, how well it will work, and whether other applications will break because of it. With snaps, I can control what…

    28 votes

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