iOS Apps cannot clear account information that has been signed in
Microsoft Teams iOS application is caching account information that has been signed in.
I cannot clear the cached account information.
I tried the following things, but cannot clear.
- Teams App uninstall/re-install
- Clear app data...[Settings(iOS)]-[Teams]-[Clear app data]
- [Remove Account] in Atuhenticator
- Delete [Settings]-[Passwords & Accounts]-[Website & App Passwords]
- Safari [Clear History and Website Data]
We are excited to share that this feature is now available to all iOS users. To clear account information, just swipe left on the account on the login screen.
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Yamato Akutsu commented
We are planing to provide O365 accounts to our all instructors. But we cannot decide to go due to this problem. We do not have enough time for dicision making to go with O365 or another communication tool. Please fix it urgently. Please, please.
I think this is the most stupid issue I have ever seen, and as developer I saw a lot of nonsenses
please fix asap , or ipads will have to have Teams disabled simple
This issue will stop us migrating to TEAMS fully. Please please please correct this and make it possible and simple for people to sign in and out. Make it optional to REMEMBER credentials, and make it so that Multi Users only have to swipe the app away to get a fresh session / login. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE>....... and soon.
This is a joke, right? Why even have MFA...
PLEASE FIX MICROSOFT. WE HAVE SHARED DEVICES.
When will this issue be fixes? Any comments from microsoft?
OMG, this is a major issue.
Have to wipe the device to get it to clear.
Vincent Moreau commented
Same problem on Android
Kenny Tang commented
agree from all visitors. Please fix the login problem asap. it is not possible to wipe Teams all the time
We escalated this issue up to Microsoft Support today. No ETA on a resolution.
what the **** man this is not a feature this is a bug fix this!!!!!!!!
Holy **** I have the exact same problem.
Shared IPads in a school.
The users are unable to sign out.
There is no error messages when we sign out.
When we want to sign back in, the previous user shows up and if we choose that user, we log into the account.
Its problematic on shared IPads and I do not want to wipe an APP every day on 100 IPads...
Annoymous (govt employee) commented
This is a mejor security concern, as it saves all login details from user (including password). Working with sensitive and confidential information (as most projects do) security is a must and devices are often shared resouces.
Without this being addressed Teams might no longer an option for us.
I had this issue with Skype and found it extremely frustrating! Was very excited when my company was switching to Teams, so I wouldn't have to deal with co-workers log-ins on my phone (from times when they needed to sign in and didn't have their phone or whatever). Downloaded Teams and it automatically imported ALL of the sign ins with no prompt or input from me. Maybe I should have deleted Skype first, but not sure it didn't just grab from the Outlook file. It is unbelievable a "collaboration" software wouldn't allow you to update the log ins.
Unbelievable. This needs to be addressed immediately.
David Evans commented
This is crazy - Microsoft you need to fix this. Have you never heard of organizations sharing devices? It would be so bad if the synchronization worked properly and didn’t hold on to legacy folder structures. I will advise my company accordingly regarding the unbelievable situation of not being able to delete a user and their associated team data.
Tomi Aaltonen commented
This is absolutely unbelievable, Our students use shared iPads in our schools and now Teams App is completely useless for us. How is it even possible that this has only 15 votes?!!
Install OneNote & login, logout from Teams, delete Teams, logout from onenote, install teams & login; DONE
With all the over the top security hurdles Apple and Microsoft put us through, I find it ridiculous they can't provide a way to delete a user profile like this.