Run Multiple Instances of Microsoft Teams

Being able to execute multiple instances of Microsoft Teams is a long-waited feature that is affecting negatively all the users that belong to multiple organizations. If you are doing multiple tenant swaps during the day to keep up with everything that is happening in all your organizations this article is for you, even though Microsoft Teams does not support multiple instances you will be able to execute the web version as standalone app and you will be able to be signed in in all the organizations ate the same time. 🐱‍🏍 Please read this note before proceeding The method described in this article is still valid to execute multiple instances of Microsoft Teams but with the release of the new Microsoft Edge browser there is a new method to achieve what you are looking for in a more efficient way. Have a look 👀 How to run multiple instances of Microsoft Teams using Microsoft Edge. In order to accomplish the steps described in this article you will need to install node js, instructions and the installation packages can be found here. Once node js is installed in your system open the command line and execute the command below. npm install -g nativefier Nativefier is a command-line tool to easily create a desktop application for any web site with succinct and minimal configuration. Apps are wrapped by Electron in an OS executable (.app, .exe, etc.) for use on Windows, macOS and Linux. More information about this project can be found in the GitHub repository here. With all the requirements installed follow the steps bellow to create your own Microsoft Teams App. Create a folder where the new app will be created Open the console and navigate to the folder Execute the command below nativefier.cmd https://teams.microsoft.com/_?tenantID=YOURTENANTID –name “YOUR NAME” –internal-urls .* –icon “Logo.ico” Provide a name for your new Microsoft Teams Application Get the tenant ID to the organization where you want to connect, detailed instructions can be found here. Copy the logo for your new Microsoft Teams application to the folder where the app will be created. (Note: On Windows the … Continue reading Run Multiple Instances of Microsoft Teams