Houston (MS), we have a problem!

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Version 90.0.789.1 for Linux Mint does not include platform synchronization. It is not yet possible to log in with the MS account.

How long will Linux DEVs be without this EDGE wonder?

Any predictions?

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No official words out yet. so rather than a problem, it's a feature not yet implemented.

@NiltonGM 

Microsoft has said that it plans to bring sync to Edge-Linux, but has not provided a timetable for that essential feature.  Without MSA sign-in and sync, Edge-Linux is not useful for end users.  Edge-Linux at this point is intended for testing and use by developers, not end users.  MSA sign-in and Sync will probably be in place before a Stable version is released. 

 

No one outside Microsoft has any idea when that might be.  We will just have to be patient.