Launching MS Teams inside a Gadget/Widget

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Hi, I have been searching for some time without a solid answer. I would like to launch MS Teams "inside" of a gadget. We have a desktop that is an arrangement of many gadgets written in Node/Typescript. We would like to have MS Teams to be within this desktop.

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I don't believe that Teams inside a gadget would be a good idea.
What could be a good idea is for the gadget to access parts of Teams and display specific information.

A video call inside a gadget doesn't sound like a good idea to me.