Audio and Video call on every browser
Now just Edge support audio and video calls. Making Teams work on all main browsers (IE, Chrome, Safari, Firefox) should be a priority . I need Teams to work with all my customers and I can't force them to install software on their machines.
Support for audio, video and screen sharing is now supported on Google Chrome.
I have multiple clients who have all set me up with Office 365 accounts so I have to use 3 different browsers. IE, Chrome and Firefox currently. Video calls don't work on Firefox. Which other browsers DO support video calls?
Renaat De Muynck commented
Just installed a user agent switcher and set it to Chrome. Meeting opens just fine, webcam works, did not detect my internal microphone though.
Seems that it would probably not be too much trouble to get it to work in Firefox?
Renaat De Muynck commented
We have just integrated Teams Meetings in our LMS and discovered that it doesn't work in Firefox or Safari. This is unacceptable for us, and we are considering uninstalling it again for our 15,000+ users!
I really don't understand the reasons behind this. There are enough other conferencing tools that work cross-browser with high performance (i.e. BigBlueButton; which is also integrated into our LMS).
Sad to see this...
What about firefox? safari?
But not in Firefox for video? My browser is full up to date but Video is not supported!
How can it be supported on Google Chrome and not on Chromium ?
When will it work on Firefox?
We need to enable support of Teams through Safari and Firefox browsers, Teams has become our main collaborative system
I do see that this is now working on Chrome, but when can we expect it to work for Firefox? The "unified experience on desktop, mobile, and browser" is an excellent idea, but it's difficult to start explaining to end users that it works in *this* browser and *that* OS but not this other one...
What is the current status for Firefox?
Matthias Hummler commented
Its working in Chrome with this extensions: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/enable-teams-calling/ifgnnjhhfdpjpjokajkolhioakajhidc
Steven Collier commented
Juan Padilla commented
Hi Alex, what is the current status for IE, Safari and Firefox (and maybe Chrome) ?
Andrey Ladyko commented
How can I enable this test-feature in the my browser ?
Anthony Yates commented
"Support for meetings on IE, Safari and Firefox browsers is being worked on and is internal testing. We will keep you posted as we progress. Thanks!"
What about the browser with the largest number of users...Chrome?
Surely if Edge is moving to Chromium based then you'll need that working too.
Michael Stein commented
Come on guys. Serious?
IE, Safari and Firefox. And the other one?
That unimportant app with > 65% market share? That fancy google-thing ...
Did you ever read some browser statistics?
You guys are like kids they're told to clean up rooms and after month they come to their parent with a bright smile in their face and tell them: "Today, I will clean up my - penilcase"
Guys - make this issue run on chrome and linux!
And skip every investment in IE.
Robert P. commented
Fantastic! Looking forward to it!
Elmar Schraml commented
Upvoted! Teams would be much more useful if everything worked across major browsers.
Mike Bailoux commented
I agree that every browser needs to be supported. I would expect attendees to have the option of using their preferred browser, and I would not expect them to have to install an app to bypass that limitation.
Until this addressed, I can't see us migrating from Skype For Business.