Microsoft Teams is Microsoft’s communication and collaboration platform. It provides chat, video conferencing, file storage, voice calling, video calling, document editing, screen sharing, online conferencing, and application integration. Microsoft Teams is now available for Windows, Linux, Android, iOS, MacOS, and web apps.
Install Microsoft Teams on Ubuntu.
Microsoft Teams is available as an Ubuntu native deb file package. You can install it from the terminal application. Go to the download link below to download the latest version of Microsoft Teams in .deb file format and save it in your download folder.
Then open a terminal (ctrl + alt + t) and run the following commands one by one to install. First, go to the download folder.
Then install the team’s deb file using the following command:
sudo dpkg -i teams_1.3.00.25560_amd64.deb
Enter the password for the Ubuntu user. Then run the following command to install the missing missing dependencies on your system:
sudo apt install -f
After installation, you can open or search from the application menu list. Alternatively, you can enter this command to open it.
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