We’re pleased to confirm the Teams client for Linux will be available in preview by the end of this calendar year, enabling people who use Linux client at work or in educational institutions to collaborate with others on Teams. Users will be able to install native Linux packages in .deb and .rpm formats.
I will appreciate to be added to the insiders demo.
Just to keep people posted as latest posts might confuse people.
https://github.com/IsmaelMartinez/teams-for-linux version 0.6.0 do have screenshare, video calls, etc working.
It was annoying to have to find a way around but understandable as we are not a supported client.
Again, we are happy to collaborate and will endeavor to provide support until the official Linux client is available.
I do hope it happens soon as is starting to take too much of my time/life!
The aur/snap/flatpack 's are for the same "client". Any issue for it do report in the github, and please be constructive also in here, we are all developers trying to solve problems. Also, PRs more than welcome!
We are happy to help from the community and will more than welcome some help from you guys in here.
All works pretty decent at the moment, but things could always be a bit better.
With a bit of help/info from your side, we could have a nicer integration in Linux been able to align user experience for the 3 platforms.
See if someone from your team can have a look. We are always happy to help.
Feel free to email me directly or just report in the Github repo.
Just to let you know, you vacan use the following client.
Give it a go if you wish and report any issues in Github.
The aim is to keep the project will be active until MS releases a Linux client.
It will be great if some people from MS can share a bit more info so we don’t need to “discover” features on our own.Isma supported this idea ·