How to use multiple Microsoft Teams on your computer using Progressive Web App

Dimitri Pletschette
3 min readDec 30, 2022


Initially proposed in the “Microsoft Tech Community” and shared here too, this article will help you use two “Microsoft Teams” side by side on your machine. By doing so, you will not have to switch from one organization to another all day long, which might interest you as a contractor working for a specific client. We will create a workaround using the Microsoft Teams Progressive Web App to achieve this.

Before you start:​​​​​​

  • Make sure to disconnect any connected accounts in Microsoft Edge (it should be the browser you are not using for your current company).
  • Make sure to use one email account for the client company in MS Teams and another on your company’s Microsoft Teams solution.

Note: You can also keep the online version opened and pinned, but I find the below workaround elegant and reliable over time for you to stay informed and connected on both sides.


  • Open Microsoft Edge
  • Click on the avatar on the top right, and then on the “+” Add a profile.
  • A pop-up will appears with a blue button “Add”. Please click on this too.
  • A new window is opened automatically.
  • Click on the blue button “Sign in to sync data” (this will connect your Microsoft Edge browser with your client account as we are about to add it to the next step).
  • If not already done, please add your client account here to create a Microsoft Edge profile that will be connected to this browser in the future.
  • Reach the website
  • Click on the three superiors dots (the ones from Microsoft Edge and not the ones from Teams online, please).
  • Once done, please click on “Apps.”
  • Please click on “Install this site as an App " on the new drop-down.
  • When the pop-up appears, rename it to ‘Client Microsoft Teams.”

Et voilà! You will notice a new additional icon on your taskbar for Microsoft Teams. Please “pin” this newly created app to the taskbar and activate the notifications when suggested. You are ready to use MS Teams on both sides! Internally and externally! Congratulations!

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