Multiple concurrent logins
Please consider allowing concurrent logins to multiple O365 tenant instances. I have access to two separate tenant instances. And I know many other consultants who have the same.
Caribou John commented
This would make Teams a much more accessible tool for home and work. Outside of work, I have projects outside of work that use a personal email and also an email for for opensource... 3 potential sources of messages and channels
John A. McComb commented
I too need this. We are a non-profit and have two legally independent organizations for tax reasons. We also use Microsoft Phones and Teams for our VOIP phone service. For this reason A solution like that in the Android App will not work for us. As far as I can tell the Android facilitate logging out of one account and logging in to another. The result would be that when connected to the secondary tenant phone service, chat and presence on the primary tenant would not be available.
What we need is something like Outlook with simultaneous support for multiple email account and tenants.
Henrik Bruun commented
As a consultant I'm also invited to multiple organizations. I see that Android Teams app allows connection to multiple orgs. Need the same for the Windows desktop app.
Anthony G commented
Paul Goldney commented
It's a shame there is only 4 votes for this, but I feel this is because people haven't yet understood the multiple team sharing capacities
For example I work on projects for clients, if it's a small project I add myself as a guest to the teams platform and communicate that way, but if it's alarge project I usually end up with an AD and O365 login at the client for security and then I need to be able to login to 2 teams at once! and get all the nice toasters, video calls, voice calls etc....
The fact only 4 people have voted means people aren't using teams very well, I have just added 5 external companies to a team as guests to OneNote, Sharepoint, Teams etc.. and whilst they all use Office 365 for email, none used Teams or knew that it could do this - they were all very excited about communicating with their client
4 votes but I feel a major feature Teams Desktop needs - Also the mobile client