Support android chrome
Since real multi-user functionality got cancelled I want to at least open a second teams beside the app in my android chrome. Unfortunately android chrome is not supported at the moment.
"Hmm. Your browser version isn't supported. Quickest solution? Download the mobile app."
Would be a nice workaround until maybe some day multi-user functionality will be available.
Teams android app currently does not support some additional team apps such as the Calendar Pro
Ive been supporting their IE11 for years and they have the audacity to not support Android Chrome? WTH?
Dhiraj Damare commented
Need to have more products of Microssoft..loved it
Tom Gilley commented
ANdroid phone, chrome browser all MSFT APPS loaded and up to date
If in teams channel file tab and get link to channel, link looks like this https://teams.microsoft.com/_#/files/.....
Sharing this link to someone with android/chrome/teams and onedrive app installed will state the error in this post
"Hmm. Your browser version isn't supported. Quickest solution? Download the mobile app." (the app is installed)
opening files in sharepoint and copy link from share point looks like this "https://yourdomain.sharepoint.com/..... " will work, loads file view in teams/onedrive app, nice
If in teams channel conversations tab and get link to channel looks like this "https://teams.microsoft.com/l/channel/...." will open the proper teams conversation channel in teams app...
Why does sharing teams link of files channel fail on Android/chrome, yet succeeds for conversation and sharepoint links?
I found a poor workaround, download chrome beta, when it fails with error, direct chrome beta to open as "desktop", UX is very small but it does open file directory.
Maybe it's related here, at least some comments state similar issue, also indicating this is not just an android/chrome issue
"Show Desktop website" does work.
I was able to open Teams in a browser on my Android device by installing Firefox and using the "Request desktop site" option.
Alexandre Dumont commented
Maybe you can install Teams app within Island sandboxing. Search for Island in the Play Store. No root needed, it's plain Android support.
I hate that my company chose MS Teams for some of the tasks.
I have MS Teams on my phone, but if somebody sends me a link to an MS Teams website, then it complains about the browser and suggests me to download an app that is already installed instead opening that directly. Of course, I cannot change the link received from a colleague so that it wouldn't open the browser, not even sure if there is such format where the app would open. I then manually have to find the group and section that can be read out from the address.