Calls support in Firefox (Mozilla)
From our perspective it is really instrumental for people to use Firefox and still join our calls. There are some clients of ours who only use Firefox and we cannot force them to go through hops to join calls (like installing Chrome or Teams just to talk to us once). Please add that support! Thank you very much in advance!
Carly Cais commented
Mind-boggling that this still is not available without mucking about with changing the User Agent (something beyond non-developers). ESPECIALLY during a pandemic when people are signing up for online content by the millions. Microsoft, you're missing a HUGE opportunity here.
iffan majid commented
Please please make it happen. Firefox is one of the best browser for professional and people who concern about healthy internet life.
I started with Netscape Navigator back in the '90s and never saw any reason to switch to Internet Explorer, Opera nor Chrome(ium). Please support this wonderful browser!
Rabin Adhikari commented
I don't see a clear idea of why it is not implemented yet!
is Firefox going to be supported in near future?
According to this issue on webcompat, this is being worked on (?)
(Spoofing the UA string to Chrome 81 makes it work except for the share screen functionality. But this shouldn't be the case, please consider full compatibility with firefox)
In my experience Teams works well when changing the user agent in Firefox, there is little need for a block like this to be in place.
Benyamin Limanto commented
Please make firefox default engine in windows
Konstantin Kruglov commented
Please, bring Firefox support for teams.
Eric Jones commented
If Discord can do it, Microsoft can do it
Calls are mostly working when switching the user agent in Firefox except the microphone has some delays at startup.
However the screen sharing doesn't work. I don't expect at first to share my own screen (I can admit that there may have limitations), but why I can't see screen sharing from the other? It's just a video stream.
Ryan M commented
I Microsoft wants us to believe they care about an open internet, they need to support Firefox. Otherwise, we're just perpetuating the same mistakes Microsoft made with IE6.
A must, I hate having to use Edge just for Teams.
google hangouts works great in firefox
Julius Schwartzenberg commented
This might require MS Teams engineers to work with the Mozilla Firefox code base and submit patches to improve its WebRTC support.
The next step should be full integration in Mozilla Thunderbird:
Jonás Perusquía Morales commented
Totally agree. This is a MUST.
I subscribe, I use firefox as a daily basis and I need to have audio / video calls feature, opening chrome every time I make a meeting / call is not something I wanna do for long :)