Microsoft is working to bring its Teams software to Linux. The company has said that it is “actively working” on creating a Linux version of the client, although there is no word on quite when it might be released. There have long been calls for Microsoft to cater to Linux users. The collaborative Teams software is used by many people in mixed platform environments, and the announcement from Teams engineers have been greeted with enthusiasm. Linux users are not currently completely cut out of using Teams — they have the option of using the web-based version of the tool, but a dedicated client will make life a great deal easier.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht