would like to change the fonts
Sorry everyone, but the feature team has decided to decline this feature request.
Very self centered and not customer focused. Since my eye surgery you're faded text is almost impossible to read. It's got to be a simple fix, do it.
Sinem Tuncer commented
Challenges of my Wiki pages:
When I 'copy paste' text from outside (e.g. Word, website, and so on), the font copies and when I start typing, it gives me another font.
Unfortunately I am not able to align them to the same font, as the functionality is non existent. Super frustrating...
Revise attachment, 3 different fonts and sizes.
Clint Harrison commented
typical Microsoft, if they cant steal features from other companies, then they don't want to develop it themselves.
Pete Meendering commented
seriously, that is customize 101, to be able to pick your own font and individualize it somewhat. What is this, 1984? Please reconsider adding a font selection.
'Declined' is unacceptable.
Mark Fletcher commented
I use a clearer (and larger) font in Skype for Business, why is this flexibility not included in Teams chat?
May I suggest they re-review this request. This is 2019 not 1980. Font options, even limited, are a basic option in communication tools. The best way to move an application forward is to listen to basic request from users.
Jeff Irish commented
Every single application I use provides an option to change the display font. Even Skype for Business does this. If the plan is to converge the Teams and SfB lines one would think this is on the roadmap.
Sean Ellis commented
Changing fonts is a comfort issue for most of us, but for some it's an accessibility issue. I'm not in the US, so I'm not familiar with the the legislation, but how does this play with the Americans with Disabilities Act?
Greg Zygadlo commented
If you want to have feature parity with Skype for Business then this feature needs to be there. Using the Teams web client my response are so far to the right it would be nice to have the font abilities like in Skype for Business.
@Warren Once again Microsoft fails to listen to the users
No wonder Ms is in decline
The font being used looks faded. it would be nice if the font used was more like lync or skype for business.
I have been using teams for a while no and it looks like another MS 100% cool but 50% completed.
Can you at least find compromise and allow users to change the font size? I don't think I'll really need ability to change the actual font type and color.
Frank Hileman commented
I have a very high resolution screen that is physically small, on a laptop. I don't see how I can use Teams unless I can change the font size.
Kelly Mahan commented
Why was this declined by the feature team. I would like to request more information.
My wife has severe dyslexia, and can set a custom font that helps her on just about every other program she has installed, but not in Teams. This means she is virtually unable to use this tool. Reconsider this strange decision please!
Sean Ellis commented
This is another example of the quite mid-boggling reluctance to give users ANY control over their own experience of the UI.
Using a trio of large, hi-res monitors? Using a single small, low-res monitor? Using a laptop in bright sunlight? Using a desktop in a basement IT department? Using it for chat only? Primarily for file management? Managing a team of 3 people? Or 300? 20-20 vision? Visually impaired?
Don't worry - there's no need for confusing options as MS has chosen the one true font, one true color scheme*, one true information layout, and one true optimum window size that will work for all of those cases!
Except that it doesn't.
Please, please, give your users meaningful control over basic features of the UI. You can keep the defaults as they are, and keep the marketing people happy with the purple-and-grey "brand identity". But please let the people who have already bought the product actually use it effectively.
* - all right, two true color schemes.
Within the conversations, we should have the ability to control the font used for a conversation entry/reply.
As an example, when copying content from an email, the font is copied too and does not automatically get processed by Teams to match the Teams font. There is no way to select this content once it is pasted in Teams and then change the font to match the current font.
This shows that Teams DOES support other fonts but does not want to let the user have the ability to change the font.
In the meantime, posts in conversations such as the aforementioned example look ugly and chaotic. Please either:
1. Allow us to change the font;
2. Automatically have all pasted content match the font of Teams.
Why has this been declined? Don't you guys use your own product?
We really need to open this thread back up. TEAMS just takes up too much desktop space with the current limitied font sizes