I am familiar with Linux in general (most of my experience is with Debian based systems) but I am new to Arch, so feel free to ELI5. My school and an advanced maths school I attend both use Teams, but they have separate organisations set up so I have to use two separate accounts when attending online classes. This means that I have two options:
Log out and log in at least twice a day when switching accounts.
This is obviously very tedious and I do not want to do this at all.
Use the Teams web app for one account and the native one for the other.
This is what I'm currently doing and it's fine for now but what I've noticed is that even though I have a pretty respectable laptop (Legion Y540 for those wondering), the web app still feels very very laggy, whereas the native one works great (DUH!).
So, what I would like to do is maintain two installs of the Teams native app so that I can switch between the two whenever needed and both of them are actually usable.
What I think could work:
I currently have Teams installed through flatpak. I recently found out that Teams is also available through pacman, so I install this one as well. But, I am not sure if the configs from the two installs could create any conflicts (because presumably, both of them use the same directories for storing configs, please correct me if I'm wrong).
PS - If you actually read this whole thing, thank you for making it this far!