Linux support and compatibility
These features are not working on Linux:
Am I the only one who cannot see shifts app in linux client desktop? I think this should also be supported.
Just to let you know, those things are working in https://github.com/IsmaelMartinez/teams-for-linux
Give it a go if you wish and report any issues in github.
Venkatesh Balasubramanian commented
Pretty much everyone in my research team use Linux machines and I can't recommend them to use teams instead of slack just for this reason. Please work on developing a linux client or enable screen sharing capabilities in the browser!!
Google has had this many years. It is time for Microsoft to get out of the mode that a thick client is needed.
Chris Ingram commented
Since the linux client was shot down with no MS support (I thought MS loved Linux???), can we get video and screen share capabilities with the web client at least? I need Linux for a development machine, and the alternative is moving to Slack.
It is super critical for us!
Jeff VanDyke commented
Either this or finish building the Linux desktop client. The web Notifications API is pretty easy to use, documented at https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Notifications_API.
I keep missing messages from my teammates, and either of these would at least get it working!
Gaurav Sharma commented
This is a very much needed feature.
Brent Watson commented
We have units on 14.04/16.04, and they all have issues / can't screen share.
I am not getting push notification in browser when ever some one message me or for anytype of messages
I am using ubuntu
In my team we are using linux ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64 bit. We are unable to share screen. Even there is no app for linux.
is there any plan for supporting on linux 64 bit ?