Microsoft Teams is a collaborative tool for groups that is part of the Office 365 system, which has become an interesting competition for Slack, Hangouts Chat or Workplace.
Microsoft has given a lot of love to the application with regular updates, bringing functions and dynamics popular among users who work in teams. And the strategy seems to have yielded results, as it has had excellent growth in a short time.
It works in Windows, macOS, Android, has a web version and now also in Linux. Those who want to try this version can download the corresponding packages from this link.
As mentioned by the Microsoft team, the Linux version will have all the main functions of Teams for computers to communicate through chat, videos or calls. And of course, those options that allow sharing documents.
So it will be a complete solution for the teams that already work with Linux and have to resort to unofficial client software that offer a partial integration with the rest of Microsoft’s products. A detail to bear in mind for those who wish to try this app is that they do not need to have an account in Microsoft Office 365, as it gives the possibility of accessing a free version.