Support for audio, video and screen sharing is now supported on Google Chrome.
The lack of video support in browsers, and especially on Linux since there is no rich-client there, is becoming a real problem. Microsoft supposedly loves Linux, but proper tools for collaboration with Linux geek and devs continues to be a problem. To integrate Linux geeks into a Microsoft Partner eco system, to work on our modern-cloud Azure projects, we need tools they can use on their non-Windows Desktops. We haven't heard anything in years.
The feature team is hard at work on this feature. We will share more news as we get closer to release.
It’s been around a year since this was added to the backlog. Any news on progress? There is really no easy way to edit Wiki content from a tablet, because even the browser version has been locked down (even when forcing it to request the page in desktop mode Teams refuses to serve the page).
If you are experiencing this, can you please send me a screenshot? This may be a bug.
My email is email@example.com.
When there is sufficient space on the screen to show all channels, do NOT collapse the channel list. We love Teams but have just a few teams and channels. It is extremely annoying with all the extra clicks require to switch between channels when there is so much unused screen space in the navigation bar. If its too hard to determine automatically, then at least insert a setting for the team itself, called "Don't collapse channels" which can prevent this behavior.
There is already a request for archiving channels; it has over 4K votes :-)
We are still considering this feature for future releases, and will continue to update the status when it changes.
We know many of you are waiting for a Teams client for Linux, and we’re pleased to confirm we’re actively working on it. Stay tuned for more information.