Teams for Linux

Teams for Linux

Julian Alarcon (alarconj)

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Unofficial Microsoft Teams client for Linux using Electron.

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

Snap uses confinement to provide more security, this restrict the access to hardware or data on your device to prevent security issues.

You need to allow the access to the camera on Teams For Linux to be able to do videocalls, to do that you can use the Software Store in your Operating System after the installation of the snap.

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Details for Teams for Linux

License
GPL-3.0
Last updated
1 November 2019

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Where people are using Teams for Linux

Users by distribution (log)

ubuntu 18.04
ubuntu 16.04
ubuntu 19.10
ubuntu 19.04
linuxmint 19.2
linuxmint 19.1
debian 10
ubuntu 18.10
fedora 30
elementary 5.0
linuxmint 19
fedora 31
manjaro
neon 18.04
debian 9
linuxmint 18.3
centos 7
debian sid
linuxmint 18.2
arch
ubuntu 14.04
zorin 15
fedora 29
opensuse-leap 15.1
ubuntu 17.04
linuxmint 18.1
linuxmint 18
ubuntu 17.10
deepin 15.11
kali 2019.4
parrot 4.7
opensuse-tumbleweed
opensuse-leap 15.0
fedora 28
elementary 0.4.1
solus 4.0
rhel 7.7
ubuntu 20.04
gentoo
antergos
ubuntu 16.10
zorin 12

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