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    SimonS commented  · 

    Or ability to remove the (Guest) part entirely...

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    needs your feedback  ·  Warren responded

    If anyone is still hitting this issue, please respond in the comments section of this topic and let me know!

    Thanks!
    -Warren

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    SimonS commented  · 

    Given Azure AD Support for Google Logins (via google IDP), Apparently the issue is with logins is identifying the correct organization/tenant, such that I knows what Teams Organization to login to.

    Given the Google IDP setup all works it very frustrating that one can't extend guest access to Google users event though once can get then into the Azure AD.

    Launching Teams, and entering the google account has the use propped with the correct authentication provider screen (google), and it accepts the password, and starts to render the Teams main window and then crashes...

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    SimonS commented  · 

    Its expected to "just work" (as the Renames on the surface works) and then you find later that there are problems, exchange group email address etc.

    Given that we can't move channels between Teams, there is no recovery here, than to tear the whole house down and start from scratch.

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    2347 comments  ·  Public » Account Access (Sign-In)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    The ability to use multiple Teams accounts at the same time is supported on iOS & Android today. The feature team is continuing to work on support for multiple accounts on desktop. We’ll keep you posted as we have more details.

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    SimonS commented  · 

    It essential already does the in the rest of the Office Suite, so one assumes that a variation of a theme of that functionality can lifted when the resourcing is available again.

    My work around is to have a different laptop login profile for each consulting client and a version of Teams running each. I then just switch local profile/account.

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    This is especially important for the mobile apps

    One has different login profiles on macOS so prob won’t use multiple logins there, but on mobile one only has one.

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    Thank you for your feedback. The team has plans to add a feature to allow users to self-remove themselves from tenants they are a guest in. We don’t have a timeframe to share at this time, but will provide an update as soon as one is available.

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    SimonS commented  · 

    Yep this is a pain. You have to get the host domain admins to remove the respective guest user account from their Azure AD domain.

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    SimonS commented  · 

    Would make sense to combine the approaches, and all markdown to be maintained in the same way, even configure the Teams Wiki to be the VSTS wiki for a project?

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    SimonS commented  · 

    We have email set to a common support mail box auto forward to a Teams Channel if someone replies all to that email that reply also gets forwarded.

    Seems Teams should track the conversation Id in the email headers as applicable to add the reply in the thread.

    If possible it should just add the latest reply, not the complete email chain each time.

    The eml download link can provide the full thread.

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