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    This is currently in Preview – planned to release very soon.

    In the following weeks, Teams will be rolling out support on Safari 11+ on macOS. While in preview, there are known issues with Safari’s ITP mode and it is advised that users disable Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention.

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    Any plans to make this actually work? I've given up on the mac client (has the developer team ever actually *used* a mac?). Looks like no-one bothered testing the Safari version, either on macOS, iPadOS, or iOS. The same failings have been plaguing it for months. It's a shambling wreck.

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    Could you port Visual Basic 95 to macos and then rewrite the notifications so they appear full-screen announced by Bonzi Buddy? I think this at a bare minimum would make the whole dismal stack of teams slightly less embarrassing.

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    Their use of JS ensures the application is uniformly terrible on every platform, and looks like dreck everywhere. Egalitarian, if not usable.

    It feels like I'm using a trashy Java swing application from the 1990s. I can't believe this rot is pushed out as the centrepiece of office, but then I remember how lousy office is, and how microsoft is built on forcing lousy, buggy and ugly-as-a-sin untested software on people with no alternatives.

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