Microsoft Teams for Linux is your chat-centered workspace in Office 365
  9 reviews

All your team conversations, files, meetings, and apps live together in a single shared workspace. This app requires a paid Office 365 commercial subscription, or a free or trial subscription of Microsoft Teams. If you’re not sure about your company’s subscription or the services you have access to, visit to learn more or contact your IT department.
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cieggi 1 week ago

It works fine. It's like a browser for the Web version, but it has the notifications and the tray icon. It works fine for chatting, I've not tested the

scalpa 4 weeks ago

Of course it's not perfect, there are features missing, but I'm happy it works on Linux. Better this than nothing at all, which was the case a short time ago.

ocor61 1 month ago

This is terrible. Do not download and install it, if you do not absolutely have to. This is not Microsoft bashing, it is the ugly truth. The app could not even find my Pictures folder to let me upload my avatar.I don't mean it would not open my Pictures folder, I mean it could not even find it. Run! Avoid it like the plague.

bess 3 months ago

It takes a little less RAM than windows version (more than 1GB) and works exactly the same. I had no problems with cam or mic even on bluetooth. I use it often and i'm too lazy to keep teams open at navigator, so its fine.

vovven 5 months ago

It eats all my ram, better off running it as a web app with firefox it only consumes 596 KiB :)

Zagaz 10 months ago

It's working fine, Linux Mint 20. - It consumes lots of RAM, but I have no choice, that's the officcial tool my university uses.

bespecke 1 year ago

Great that teams is available on Linux. But sad that it lacks important features and is quite slow (e.g. switching between Chatrooms) and needs alot of RAM.

raul-xag 1 year ago

consumes something around 1GB of RAM. I don't see the point.

speltriao 1 year ago

It works very well on Linux Mint 20. It's great that's avaliable on Linux, because it's important on corporate environment.