Yes Microsoft Teams and for Linux: Microsoft released the Teams application a group discussion program for the Linux platform as a preview yesterday of 10 December.
No it's April Fools, Microsoft Teams for Linux systems is already available for download today in .deb and .rpm formats (Link at the end of publication). Executives at the company said all key application features would be available to Linux users as well.
A Microsoft blog post states that "Microsoft Teams is the first Office application to run on Linux desktops."
Does Microsoft suggest that we can also see OneDrive or some other Office applications on Linux?
No one knows, as there is still no official placement. It would be interesting, though, as Microsoft's popular Office would have to compete for free LibreOffice.
Microsoft is already offering the Thames app on Windows, Mac, iOS and Android mobile devices and the Web through your browser. It is the competitor of its Sack application already has a Linux client.
If you would like to try the application, you can download the package you are interested in from the following link: