Unofficial Microsoft Teams client for Linux using Electron
  7 reviews

Unofficial Microsoft Teams client for Linux using Electron.
It uses the Web App and wraps it as a standalone application using Electron.
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luft_marlon 1 month ago

First It was very nice and better then the official one but scinse two days I can't see the callender so it is useless for me now.

mbischo 3 months ago

It is the only version I found so far (including the official MS Version and the web app) that behaves exactly the same as my android app.

bess 5 months ago

Looks the same as windows version, but I couldn't send or receive messages, nor enter a previously scheduled meeting. Creating a meet worked fine.Audio and cam worked fine. It consumes a around 100MB less than the official linux preview version (maybe thats why it cant send my messages xD)

khalfdan 9 months ago

Installed no prob, hit teams link to join, resulted in almost crashing machine with innumerable recurring pop ups and no joy on joining. Had to uninstall to get it to stop and then manually close all the stupid windows.

rugunac 10 months ago

Clicked a link for a meeting, then this kept up opening, non stop! It's like old annoying pop ups. Uninstalled but took me ages to close them all

jastombaugh 10 months ago

Had trouble accessing Teams in Firefox. This wrapper works very well, and serves as a nice container for work-baised access to Teams. No issues so far. I am not set up for voice/video calls on the desktop so these features haven't been tested by me yet, but managing contacts, communications, and services so far works very well. Functions very much like a regular desktop client/app. Great job putting this together.

C3x64 11 months ago

Surprisingly, it is more compatible with older hardware than official version. Download it if official client screams you have no camera/mic or you lack functions etc. Pretty sure this one will work.