My team has some users on Linux, and one benefit Slack has is a Linux client. Without a Linux client on Microsoft Teams, some orgs may have to turn away in favor of Slack so everyone can participate without keeping a browser open all the time.10,236 votes
Thank you for your feedback that helped us launch the Microsoft Teams Linux client. The client is now available for everyone to use. Please find instructions for installing and more details here: https://docs.microsoft.com/microsoftteams/get-clients#linux. Enjoy!
Teams currently uses a custom notification which can't be controlled, and it breaks in tiling window managers such as Sway or i3. (Steals focus and position is always on the middle of the screen.)
Referred from2,032 votes
We are happy to announce that native Teams notifications are now available for our Linux client, starting with build 1.3.00.25560
From day 1, there is no way we can make audio calls from the browser. This is a very much required features quite a few users use Linux and there is no way we can use Teams with them.766 votes
Teams is fully supported in the Chrome browser on Linux, including calling and meetings.
These features are not working on Linux:
Screen recording309 votes
Thank you for your feedback. Notifications, push notifications, screen share and screen recording are available on Linux. Please see https://aka.ms/TeamsFeaturesByPlatform for an up to date list of features, and platforms they are available on. If you are seeing issues, please submit feedback via Help – Give Feedback.
On windows, if we do a screen share, there is a red outline around the screen. However on teams for linux there is no red outline and it can be confusing which screen we are sharing.
Also, thank you so much for teams on Linux!24 votes
This is resolved in the latest build.
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