On Wed, 26 Aug 2020 16:31:12 -0600 Robin Laing <MeSat(a)TelusPlanet.net> wrote:
On 30/03/2020 08:01, Tom Horsley wrote:
> On Mon, 30 Mar 2020 15:50:01 +0200
> Andras Simon wrote:
>> FWIW I've been using Teams from chrome on Fedora 30 for like two weeks now
>> for classes (audio, video, chat and screen sharing), and, touch wood, it's
>> been very stable.
> I can easily believe the web interface is better than the app, I didn't
> try the web interface. The android app was certainly less annoying than
> the linux app.
Web interface works but not the best but I find Microsoft products not
the best. I find that the layout and organization is frustrating and it
took me two days to find out where the email (outlook) was.
I refuse to run the app on my desktop and from what I have read, I am
glad. For work, I use a separate account. Not my personal account.
I am on Fedora 32 and use it in Firefox.
FWIW, I don't know if you read my e-mail but teams-on-linux is not a MS product.
As I mentioned, "I found an open source project on github for MS Teams called
which I have found is smaller than the
dud made available by MS, and works reasonably well
and definitely better than the official MS one. RPMs are available here:
but I think
It is far better than the MS linux version. Of course, only if one has to actually use it.
Most importantly, it allows for individual
window-sharing which is not possible on the clients for linux and MacOS released by MS. I
hope that this helps those for whom not getting rid
of MS Teams is not an option.