Make Teams web app available in Safari
I receive a message hat is coming soon...any updates?
This is currently in Preview – planned to release very soon.
In the following weeks, Teams will be rolling out support on Safari 11+ on macOS. While in preview, there are known issues with Safari’s ITP mode and it is advised that users disable Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention.
Vadim Rudenko commented
Preview version in Safari 13.0.5 - it works, but after some time the status of all contacts becomes undefined, correspondence with them works, but it is impossible to see who is online and who is offline.
Very soon you say... A year later and still no sign of this exiting 'Preview'
We can't expect external meeting attendees and collaborators to install desktop apps, so without widespread browser support, this tool cannot be adopted.
Slack has already won the battle as our persistent messenger and with no sign of a viable solution from Microsoft, I can see us adopting Zoom as our electronic meeting service very soon.
Preview version in Safari 13.0.4 doesn't work.
Still says to disable "prevent cross-site tracking" even though the setting IS disabled.
Vadim Rudenko commented
Still not available, teams is still inaccessible.
Bhumin Bhandari commented
still I'm getting "Teams is in preview in Safari" error message in safari Version 13.0.4 (14608.4.9.1.4)
Thorsten Lausch commented
Still not available. We are taking our preview currently till end of Q1/2020. Right now it looks like we switch back to Zoom.
Client on MacOs takes toooo much CPU and slows down the Systems and nobody can easily join with a Mac running safari.
Geoff Duke commented
This is a huge problem for us as a University, where macOS is the majority OS among students and faculty.
Still alive in december 2019... The Teams app on mac is incredibly unstable so we wish to not install it on our Apple devices. Skype for business (Which was working just fine) has been stripped down to a kind of "read only piece of software" and when we plan a meeting in Teams via Outlook half of the invited members stumble upon (like this issue when users use Safari as default browser) the disability to join a Teams meeting... Teams looks like a very promising platform but works like cr*p in MacOS at the moment
Preview was Feb 2019. Its now almost December and 10 months later and the MACOS has been updated twice in the time frame and and still no release of teams for Safari. My guess is that this is extremely unimportant and will never see the light of day. Guess its to use the actual app instead of a browser. Extremely disappointing that this will not be supported but I guess that is what happens. Simply use a different option than teams I guess if you want to use MACOS and a browser.
Francois Du Perron commented
So I guess no updates so far, Is Microsoft really serious about fixing this issue?
Eligio F. Iannetti commented
I am also interested to know when Microsoft Teams will be released for Safari. Any updates?
When Teams on Safari will be released with all features ? Tx
Will this include Safari on iOS?
Sherman Cahal commented
👀 This is one of the biggest holdups for our edu-focused campus where a significant amount of people use macOS.
2+ years and still not available...slowest development ever
Bo QbQb commented
Hi.. We are using another video conference app and want to switch to Teams. Any update on this subject?
C Owen commented
Is this now supported on Safari - I am trying to get my MD to agreed to use Teams instead of purchasing another video conference app
Memmie Lenglet commented
FYI Firefox have a similar feature called First Party Isolation, and Teams doesn't works when it's enabled
Unfortunately disabling ITP mode appears to only work with 10.14.3. With 10.14.4 teams is still inaccessible.