Let us make the font size bigger (Zooming)
Make a way to make the font size in the application bigger.
The zoom feature has released to the public ring. Using CRTL + or CTRL – zoom in and out on a Windows PC.
I need to correct the information I provided last month about MAC. It appears the MAC version is still in testing and hasn’t yet gone out to the public. It is “In Testing” but will be coming to the public soon!
The item tracking this specific update can be found at: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/admin/v3/suggestions/16933183/activity
There now is a UI element that tells you your current zoom level and a Setting within the UI to preset your zoom preference.
Since the zoom feature could very well cover the vast majority of user needs, based on the majority of comments and feedback, I will flag this item as Partially Done.
Thank you for all the feedback and support!
It still does NOT work! I have version "1.1.00.17553 (64-bit). It was last updated on 7/8/18."
I've tried pressing Ctrl + / Ctrl - with focus in various parts of the UI. Nothing happens.
I tried with both Win 7 and Win 10 (64-bit each). I did an upgrade install on one, and a clean install on the other.
[Deleted User] commented
So.... Once again ** shows that it does not care about accessibility for those with physical impairments. At least they are consistent.
This is a big deal for me as opposed to just zooming. I have eye problems and things like this and the dark themes make a huge difference in my day to day life.
20 months since first reported, still no action.
I appreciate the PR by asking peoples opinions but this is a no-brainer and its omission is glaring and inexcusable. There should be ritualistic punishment for the teams team that foisted this upon us. We would have caught this in our reviews. Now we await to see if ignorance will be piled on top of ignorance by letting this go longer. Oops. I see it took two years and still not out here. Then Hurry. You will never hear from those who just gave up on it and thereby gave up on you due to lack of confidence
Emily Young commented
i need to be able to zoom on the gifs and stickers, i cant read them until i select them. hopefully the zoom you are working on will allow to zoom into the gif menu
Eric Wilson commented
+1 for zooming
(I often need both directions depending on system and whether sharing screens, etc.)
Microsoft's own guidelines say that all apps should, at minimum, respect the color and font choices of the user, for this very reason.
Microsoft are one of the worst offenders for ignoring this rule.
High contrast just inverts color scheme and doesn't help. I'm just old - I need a slightly larger font and black text. The gray font in 10 pt is just strains my eyes...
Hanan Ohayon commented
Would be nice to be able to zoom in in any location of the app
Zooming would be better.
This is yet another request supporting the idea of per-tab configurations.
Aaron Wood commented
Yes, zooming would be better than nothing. Please make it happen!
Spike Hains commented
The idea is to allow the user the determine the general size of text within the visible area of interactive conversations. There is a lot of free space on the right and left of a line of back and forth instant messaging. Being able to zoom in or increase the text size of content in the chat window would make the experience more intimate and close as it would feel closer to the user than other windows visible on multiple monitors. Don't zoom like Chrome (used to?) does where all tabs zoom in when zooming the page. This would help a lot. My enterprise is on the precipice of embracing Office 365 and Teams instead of Slack. Improving Chat capabilities will win our hearts.
Yes zooming would be great.
Nicole C. Tedesco commented
It sounds good to me.
+1 for I'll settle for Control+/- (zoom in and out)
Yes please make zoom in and out!! I use montitors but also a laptop and i need a much smaller window(and font) for teams for the laptop screen
+1 for smaller text also. It needs to adjust down to at least 70% (if not lower). Also, make the window able to be sized smaller. Users need to be able to make it as inconspicuous as they'd like, and 800 pixels wide is too large
Agreed with Andy Booth.