Why is the new MS teams Linux version still missing features we had before?!?


In the middle of the year we had

  • 3x3 grid
  • red border for shared screen

why those working features got removed and never came back?

The feature set of new versions stays always the same since teams_1.3.00.5153 (except raise hand). I can't find any road map that tells what we could expect next.
There is this UserVoice running with more than 3410 votes already and no one of Microsoft ever commented!!!

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Skype for Business Linux
Skype for Business: A Microsoft communications service that provides communications capabilities across presence, instant messaging, audio/video calling, and an online meeting experience that includes audio, video, and web conferencing.Linux: A family of open-source Unix-like operating systems.
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  1. Daniel 21 Reputation points

    <irony>Must be because</irony>


    It's just because they can and they do not want it. Simple as that.

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  2. Anonymous

    Still no roadmap, no response from Microsoft ...

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  3. Anonymous

    It's been a year now. Red border for shared screen is back since a few weeks.

    What about at least the 3x3 grid, when can we expect this feature back? It worked perfectly before you've removed it a year ago.

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  4. Clark, Nicholas 16 Reputation points

    I feel like the Linux version is far worse than the windows one.. Odd ball things like it keeps changing my audio settings.. The lack of any kind of background change for video. Sometimes my headphones work sometimes they do not. It is very frustrating, I do not feel like Microsoft Loves linux to much to neglect it so.

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  5. Ruben Stadler 6 Reputation points

    I agree with the previous comments. These are major functionalities that are missing.

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