Currently, the official Microsoft Teams applications, created and developed by Microsoft, are available on iOS, Android, macOS and Windows 10. However, Linux users have had to rely on the web interface or an application of third parties. from a private developer. Well, that may change soon, as an official Teams application could soon reach Linux (via Windows Central.)
It is not exactly clear when Microsoft specifically plans to bring Teams to Linux, but recent comments from a publication of 2016 on the Teams UserVoice website suggests a future arrival. “We know that many of our customers use Linux and we want the Teams to be available to everyone. Stay tuned for more information soon, "explained a Microsoft engineer. Since then, the publication has been marked as" in the order book ", which means that it is currently not scheduled, but Microsoft is still actively considering adding it.  This publication was originally discovered by a Twitter user who points out that a Linux APT report for Teams on Linux has also been created, although there is still nothing inside. This is significant, since a APT is typically what end users would connect to download and install the application once it is available. Time will tell when Teams will make their official arrival to Linux. Meanwhile, we have a guide on how you can get started with the application. official Beta Teams in Ubuntu.
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