Microsoft Teams Is Now Available For Linux In Public Preview Form
Written by Michael Larabel in Microsoft on 10 December 2019 at 12:35 PM EST. 13 Comments
MICROSOFT --
Back in September we learned that Microsoft was bringing their Microsoft Teams software to Linux and today it has entered a public preview state.

Microsoft Teams is the company's communication platform built for chat / video messaging / collaborative file storage and other features similar to Slack as its principal competitor.

Microsoft bringing their Teams software to Linux isn't such a big hurdle as it's built on CEF/Electron, but is nice to see native Linux support made available.

Microsoft Teams is available as a free trial while also offered through their Office 365 subscriptions.

More details on the Linux public preview via techcommunity.microsoft.com.
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