I want to use multiple Teams accounts at the same time
LOG INTO 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.
The ability to use multiple Teams accounts at the same time is supported on iOS & Android today. The feature team is continuing to work on support for multiple accounts on desktop. We’ll keep you posted as we have more details.
I got guest access working nog, after trying many times. I am able to switch tenant too, but unfortunately only on my Windows 10 desktop app. Switch tenant on mobile apps is still not working. Any estimate on when to lauch this?
what is the minimum OS version which Microsoft team supports in mobile devices?
I am getting error in windows 8.1 like " your app is not supported by phone"
Rudolf Meyer commented
Please at least add (better: expose - I'm sure it internally exists) an API to switch credentials (logout/login) so somebody can write a Profile switching app - as done for Skype for Business which lacks multiuser functionality as well.
This is a must have to close the gap between Slack and Teams.
I have 3 clients and I want to use MS Teams for all of them. some of them I used their Office365 and some I use mine.
Tarjei Utnes commented
I have 3 different clients where I use Microsoft Teams. This would be a nice way of closing the gap to Slack for Microsoft.
This bug / incomplete feature to making the software unusable.
This is important for people who belong to multiple O365 Organizations, work, school, divisions, etc.
Richard Evans commented
As a Guest I can login to multiple tenants on MacOS Teams App, not yet on iOS apps which is frustrating.
This is competitive parity with Slack
Andy Bocko commented
The Teams client(s) should list all teams in the same view regardless of their home tenant.
James Esh commented
Guest access is useless without this. I cannot be in my main client and get a notification from the guest accounts??? Come on. We need at least a notification or something.
Phill Hodgkinson commented
With the announcement that Skype for Business is being replaced by this **** I'm truly losing hope in Microsoft. S4B may not have been for everyone but as a consultant I could work with many clients that all use S4B and I only needed one account. Now I have to have each client create an account for me in each of their tenants and then I have to log in/out of each (currently 14 of them). I think I'm going to migrate them away from 0365. So disappointing....
Anyone here have suggestions for competing products? Looking for the ability to chat (text, voice and video) and share screens between users in any number of organizations all from a single account.
Shane Hudson commented
Swapping between tenants is incredibly painful. I only have one tenant currently that I am working with but that will soon change. It takes about 30 seconds for me to move between tenants with no quick way for me to see any indication of notifications. This should not be buried and should be a 5 second swap.
Gautam Singh commented
As a Consultant I have to work with multiple customer supporting them using their own Teams account. having multiple account support will help me be productive
I work with different external parties on their tenant. It would be great to add the possibility to change tenants. Now you can only change to an external (guest) tenant when you get a message.
Guðjón Hreinn Hauksson commented
A must have :)
Scott Francis commented
If you are okay with a little work-around setup... this solution might satisfy the immediate need:
Douglas Plumley commented
The new guest feature is a great start, but it feels more like a bolt-on than a core part of the experience. I'd like to see you be able to converse/collaborate as a guest in other organizations without needing to switch between tenants.
Each context switch takes several seconds and is disruptive, I know I'm being picky here, but I believe this would help keep the end user experience smooth and drive adoption.
Multiple schools and organizations