Sign in to client with multiple accounts
We need the ability to sign in with multiple accounts. Many of us have several O365 accounts for various reasons (consulting, etc), and we'd need to be able to access teams directly.
This is not a federation or B2B scenario, but a case where new O365 credentials have been created in another tenant for us. The app today only allows a single signed-in account at a time and that's a blocker.
Hey multi-taskers, we’ve put this into planning. If you’d like to be a test driver of this feature, just sign up here: https://1drv.ms/xs/s!AryUNzh1ogZzif8pDcOcx2pW45I87w
pleeeeeeeeeese add this feature to MS teams
I would love to see this feature, my company uses Teams as well as my University. Loggin on and off all the time is a major pain.
Gary Kennington commented
We have our own Tenant and also now membership to the NHS tenant. Having to keep running one in a browser, in Inprivate/Incognito Mode, is extremely frustrating. Please can this be prioritized
Just found this link; more updated and A LOT more votes; https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/17750851-i-want-to-use-multiple-teams-accounts-at-the-same
Norbert Wagner commented
Same, multiple accounts and extremely annoying logout/login cycles.
This is the one single point that keeps me from extending Teams usage.
Gerard Queralt commented
Please, we need it. Put all your effort with that. Since year 2017, we don't have any follow-up. Give us some update.
This feature in the current circumstancies is essential.
christian gierahn commented
When i try the link to test drive i get this message: Sorry, something went wrong
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Jordan Pearce commented
This is a massive pain point for my staff and contractors being able to interact between multiple organisations. Having to log in and log out of different Teams accounts is a hassle and a frustration as Slack has had this functionality for years.
We migrated from Slack to Teams for the seamless integration between other 365 applications, but in the would today we are constantly interacting with people from other organisations.
The hassle we experience from not having this functionality is starting to out way the additional cost of having Slack licensing for the team.
Microsoft what is the time line of implementing this functionality?
Now it is more needed than ever (in corona virus circumstances) - we more and more work online, I need to switch between 3 Teams accounts. I cannot logout and relogin - it's impossible to work in that way!
Any ideas when this will be generally available? Hate to say this, but it's now essential with the likes of COVID-19 causing everyone to work from home.
Any news on this??
Andras Koch commented
Multitenant is a crusisal feature. I do not understand, that mobil app version can handle it very easy, but desktop version cannot. I beileve it is basic feature for those people who does not work and use Teams only inside a one big multinational company, but communicate with different partners, vendors etc. I am sure Microsoft is working on it. Could you tell me what time it will be roll out?
Nick Schellevis commented
Hey Suphatra, I cannot see the form you're sharing, but I'd love to be a test driver for this.
Whilst clunky, you can run the web client in multiple browsers. I need 4 concurrent teams logins, so I run one in the desktop client, one in Edge, one in Firefox and one in Chrome. Not idea, but at least a workaround for COVID-19.
I have to account and want to have a team with multiple accounts
Kevin Trigg commented
As many people have already noted this is a must-have for consultants and has been a feature in Slack for years.
James Hathaway commented
Is this also the right place to talk about using a SINGLE Office Account to connect to Teams in multiple tenancies?
I am a delegated Admin (CSP Partner) for several Customers, and I can manage everything about their account using my own O365 login, including manage their Exchange Groups, AD Users, Groups, everything - except Teams! I cannot create, delete or manage the membership of a Team in my Client's tenancy.
On top of that - I am also a Guest User in these client tenancies (using my own O365 Tenancy username/email), so that I could be invited to a Team on those tenancies - the problem is that I cannot actually View that Team at all! I click on the button link in the email invitation I received, and my Teams just says "We're sorry - we've run into an issue". If I completely sign out of all office, close all browsers and close the Teams App (windows)- The link will actually work, but all I see is the Team in the clients tenancy, and NOT the teams in my own tenancy also - I have to repeat the full sign out and back in again to see my own teams once again.
Should I not be able to see all the Teams I am a member of, regardless of what tenancy they are sitting in?
I also require multiple 0365 accounts to be logged in constantly beside each other - I do this currently in slack and cannot migrate without it..
I have 4 Teams clients and I need to be able to switch , please make this happen
Ed Smit commented
Please hurry! We need this asap
Johannes Jansson commented
@Pat Martens, I have solved this with either using an application called Rambox or to invite one "main" account as guest in the other organization(s). Not optimal but it works for now.