Microsoft Teams Toolkit
Rabia gives us an overview of the latest in Microsoft Teams app development using Microsoft Teams Toolkit. Today, the toolkit covers capabilities like tabs, bots, and messaging extensions. Find out all resources, tools, guides and production ready app templates in the link below.
Speaking of Teams, we discussed the options available to debug network activity in Teams. Below are the three ways you can analyse Teams network and debug logs:
Check the local log file locations
- macOS: /Users/username/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Teams
- Windows: C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Teams
Install Fiddler Everywhere
Available for macOS, Windows, and Linux, Telerik’s Fiddler Everywhere can intercept your machine’s network traffic, to analyse each individual request.
Use the Ctrl-Shift-Alt-1 keystroke
On Windows, pressing Ctrl-Shift-Alt-1 will produce a series of log files in your Teams Downloads folder. The equivalent keystroke on macOS is Ctrl-Shift-Option 1. Note that this only works in some parts of the Teams UI.