Microsoft has added to its Microsoft 365 roadmap a much-requested Teams feature: the ability to add multiple accounts to Microsoft Teams. Microsoft quietly added this feature to its roadmap yesterday, November 3.

Microsoft is going to enable Teams users to add additional accounts, change their profile pictures and switch between accounts and organizations through Settings, according to the roadmap. This feature is slated to hit general availability in Teams worldwide -- Standard, Multi-Tenant and Education, along with Government Cloud -- in December 2020, the roadmap says.

Currently, desktop Teams doesn't support multi-account sign-in. To switch to a different account, users have to sign out of one account and sign into another. They also have a few workarounds including using an incognito tab in their browsers to use two different accounts simultaneously.