Keep the Linux Client up to date with the latest features.
We love to use Teams in a multi platform Online School environment .
Stick to version 1.3.005153
3x3 Grid, better more, View
Share single application Window, with passthrough audio
Mouspointer not visible to others when share screen
Serge van Ginderachter commented
Rise hands already available on 1.3.00.25560
Denis Pithon commented
Keep the Linux Client up to date with the latest features !
Michael Speth commented
Can someone please add a 'linux' tag to this idea?
NOTIFICATIONS ARE BROKE FOR ME! IF I SET UP QUIET HOURS ON PHONE, THE LINUX CLIENT DOESN'T SHOW THE BANNER EVEN IF I GET BACK. THIS IS MADDENING
Anonymous linux user commented
+1 ... backgrounds
Nisheet Lall commented
I use linux as my main OS for working as Windows seems to be always having some or the other issue with their trusted platform module.
Having a teams client for linux is great, but this app really needs to be at par with mac and windows ports.
Darrell Enns commented
It seems they've now updated the main teams release to match the teams-insiders. I assume there are no new features, as it's the same build number as the insiders release (1.3.00.25560).
Microsoft - Can you please publish a roadmap and release notes for the Linux teams client? This is standard practice on all other platforms. Why is Linux treated differently?
Jesse Phillips commented
It appears to me that some of the features don't come through the client, but are downloaded as part of the app. This seem to be the case for raise hand.
On behalf of a large Linux community that is required to use Teams for corporate collaboration, we would be grateful for a response from Microsoft on when we might see Linux Teams on the Office 365 roadmap, and what the strategy is for maintaining Linux Teams.
It looks like Chime already has this. Maybe we should switch to Chime.
Kjetil Nygård commented
Why does screensharing work in the web-app in chromium-freeworld, but not in the official Team app?
The official Teams app work better on all other respects, except screen sharing!
When I check the roadmap for the linux client I can still see 0 updates
In development 0
Rolling out 0
I vote for since a large part of the members of my research laboratory are using Linux.
This uservoice request (which should not have to exist) no longer seems to be tagged as Linux but for whatever reason is coming up under Meetings. Maybe it's a way to get noticed. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
MS has plans to update its Windows client faster than Linux. Their Linux version has way fewer features than the Windows one. Isn't this unfair competition?
It's been several months since the Linux version is updated. The features provided in Linux are at a bare minimum. Isn't this unfair competition? MS has plans to update its Windows client faster than Linux. This is why we should never go with MS. I am going to file a suit to the school forcing us to use Teams.
Ignacio Larrain commented
My organization uses Teams, and I'm heavily dependent on it. I'm grateful for the Linux client, but I think it needs some love from MS. It is constantly lagging behind, and missing many features that I need, like 3x3, 7x7, single screen sharing, audio sharing, etc. For me, it gives the impression (unfair, maybe) that MS is still struggling internally between the old "Linux is a cancer", and the new "Microsoft loves Linux" cultures, at least when it comes to de desktop environment (Teams for Linux being like a sneak peak of Teams for Windows).