This post explains how to configure your Ubuntu computer to be able to make Microsoft Teams video calls from Chrome/Chromium browsers in Ubuntu. Instructions 1. Install Chromium or Chrome To perform install: Chrome: Download .deb file from official site and run file. Chromium: Search and install Chromium from “Ubuntu Software”. 2. Switch User Agent to […]
Why using Microsoft Teams? Functionalities: Free video and/or audio calls Screen and control sharing People not in team can join calls Integration with Skype Share files using Microsoft SharePoint Plan tasks and goals using Microsoft Planner Access Microsoft Teams Instructions to access Microsoft Teams for installed applications or web browsers. Desktop PC Native applications Windows […]
Now it is possible to add Skype users from Skype for Business. Just follow this instructions: Move the cursos over the “Add a contact” button, at right hand side Select “Add a contact not in my organization” > “MSN” Enter the username as email@example.com Click on “Ok”.
Whatsapp is a propietary software that uses the protocol XMPP to exchange messages. On the other hand, Pidgin is a multi-protocol instant messenger that can implement simultaneously different instant messenger services from different providers (Outlook, GTalk, ICQ, etc.). It is possible to configure Pidgin to implement the Whatsapp account. However, it is not an automatic […]
If we want to find a free alternative to Microsoft Lync, or just a light-weighted messenger application that does not require administrator priviledges to be installed, we can use Pidgin. Pidgin is a free open-source multi-protocol instant messenger that in combination with its plugin from SIPE project implements the extended SIP protocol used by Lync […]