"Meeting options" opens in browser under wrong organization.
I had the web app open in one organization (lets say OrgA). In the desktop (Linux) app, I was in another organization (OrgB). Within a meeting in the desktop app, I clicked the "Meeting Options" link. This caused the web browser to open a tab (why?), which then promptly failed with an error message because it attempted to find the meeting under OrgA. If, in the browser, I switch my other tab from OrgA to OrgB, then re-click the link, I get the page I was expecting.
Summary: When the desktop (Linux) app opens a link in the browser, it needs to make sure it has qualified that link with the correct organization.
(Also, you need to add a "Client - Linux" to your category list this form.)
Mark Kaplan commented
Also experiencing the same. It wants me to log into an account that is a derivative of my actual account but not a valid account.
Same problem. Also, why does it have to open in a browser? Can't it simply open in the desktop app as is most convenient? Microsoft, please fix this!!