We know you are patiently waiting for this feature. This feature is being implemented in stages. Fast tenant switching is currently in testing both internally and with early customers. We expect to release to the public in the Fall. I’ll post an update once it’s rolling out.
Full multi-tenant, multi-user support will be added after fast tenant switching.
That's looks like what we want @Tim but isn't. It relates to guest relationships that a single account has with multiple tenancies; but does not provide the ability to use multiple accounts from different tenancies at the same time.
@Alex, can you at least set our expectations a little. Is this just going through testing before being delivered in the coming weeks or is it still in design and not expected for another year? Also, are you able to share any detail of what functionality is expected? I know MSFT may be reluctant to not want to become a ******* to fortune but this (as per the volume of unanswered comments) is one of the biggest issues in overall Office 365 (huge pressure within my business and across my clients to leave Teams).
@Brett H, that isn't the requirement. For both of those you are logged in as a single account, it is just that in one of them your account has been invited as a guest to another tenancy. It does fulfil 'a' requirement (albeit it is rather time consuming switching from one to the other, and if you do it while on a call then it gets disconnected as I found last week), but it doesn't fulfil 'the' requirement which is to be logged in with multiple accounts from different tenancies.Bertie supported this idea ·
I notice that you can now have more than one Organisation registered in the Teams app (top right in Windows or in the pull down menu on iPhone), which is very helpful. However when I'm looking at one Organisation the other isn't being monitored so I miss messages and calls from people in my other team.
Is this something that will be addressed in the "Working on It" functionality?
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