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.
Costis Hatzopoulos commented
This is so crucial for us that in case it is not implemented we will consider replacing teams with another solution
Marc Schumann commented
Reminder: This is not about easy account switching. This is about using multiple accounts simultaneously, e. g. having multiple chats accross several of my accounts open at the same time, receiving updates for all as they happen; all while following a screen presentation on yet another account on a second screen.
William Moloto commented
i give up
Addiel C commented
At this rate...I give up
Adding my vote to those who want easy account switching in the desktop app. I'm tired of logging in and out. Thanks.
Anurag Verma commented
This feature is so crucial, we keep missing messages when we are not logged into the other account. Also leaving the feature only in IOS does not allow me to access the feature as the capability to use this feature in IOS has been blocked by the customer for consultants.
This idea came up 3 years ago ...
and only responded in 3.5 years later ...
and, the next three months, they still don't have it ...
hmm ... I think they still have work to conquer mars
This feature is needed. As currently unsupported will be transitioning multiple organizations away from teams to other platforms as unable to meet modern business expectations.
Hi, news about this features on Mac (beta or not version)?
Hey, only going on 3 years and still not implemented! And, implemented on the 2 least important versions! And "switch org" was available for a while and now magically disappeared!! What great service!!! /s
This would be a great option and a real benefit!
And please improve the "guest" support which is currently terrible. Multiple times, as I was invited to a meeting as guest, I was somehow prompted for a username and password. The only way to get around that issue seems to be to reinstall Teams because there is apparently no way to say you want to log as guest once Teams has somehow decided you needed to log in.
Need this on the desktop app ASAP. Ridiculous that it's not already there
Duncan Johnston-Watt commented
Amazed that this is still not supported 3+ years after it was first requested.
Joe S. commented
Yes!!! Please add this feature. I'm doing development work for 3 different clients who use Teams, and I have to sign out and back in to each different account in order to communicate with my different clients.
A E commented
Truly truly annoying not to have such a intuitive feature!
Arne Hattendorf commented
So sad. Over three years now, and teams ist still missig this important feature, any other relevant team solution has. Teams is still beta.
Robert Nutter commented
Thank you. But with many households using Teams for multiple work and school accounts, please make this a priority.
Md Meraj Alam commented
This feature is required ASAP. It affects productivity.
Christoph Brauckmann commented
I have to use Team every day with several accounts and have become a big fan of it.
However, I often miss calls on accounts where I am not actively logged in.
This has already led to serious problems several times.
Would it not be possible to provide some kind of multi-account view in addition to the individual accounts?
In this view I can see the chats and channels of all accounts and receive all their calls and notifications.
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