Microsoft has listened to the community and is working on a new feature that will be launched in December, this will allow users to switch between multiple Microsoft Teams accounts in the Desktop application, a feature that already exists in the mobile version.
Currently, the desktop version of Teams does not support simultaneous logins, so you need to log out of your current account and sign in again. The only way to get around this limitation is to use the second account through the internet browser.
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After several requests from the community, Microsoft is actively working to make this support available natively to all Teams users. This update will allow users to set up additional accounts, change their profile photos and switch between accounts easily through the settings.
Initially this function will only allow you to switch between a personal account and a corporate account as informed by Rish Tandon on his twitter:
Microsoft also updated the Roadmap with this information as shown in the image below:
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