We would like to see better resizing across the app.
Resizing chat windows
Resizing channel width
Resizable Teams menu
Make columns resizable in Files tab
Desktop app resizing to be mobile responsive
Use 100% of resizable width
Automatic resizing of PDFs
Ability to resize the pane where search and favorites are show
Trevor Clark commented
+1, this is really annoying.
This is really frustrating while we seeing long messages in the conversation window, this feature exists with Skype and why not in Teams...
Lars Sundqvist commented
I don't even know why the developers have limited the chat windows' width, is it to make it look more like a phone app? Whatever the reason may be, it's a bad one. Make it full screen!
Hans Lain commented
+1 - this is such a waste of space on a 27" 2k monitor. I can't read what's being shared due to the narrow text area with wrapping. Please fix this... as in fix cause this appears broken.
I avoid using Teams chat in favor of Skype simply becasue the Teams Chat interface is so small.
Perhaps spend more money on development features that people need to effectively use it and less trying to take advantage of the virus situation by pouring money into advertising,
+ another 1,000,000,000
Teams seems such a downgrade from Skype and is now as bad as, if not worse than, Webex.
Resizing is terrible, please fix
Warren Jeanes commented
Resizing the Teams (Your Teams, Hidden Teams) sidebar is an absolute must.
In addition the ability to toggle wrapping for longer team names when this is implemented would be a plus. Either that or the ability to customize font size.
[Deleted User] commented
code snippet are not humar readable without wider chat windows. Correct this. Take a look how it is done on slack.
Jeremy Guyet commented
Hello i have created one chrome extension for Microsoft teams web client for resizing chat in full width if you is interested Search TEAMFULLWIDTH in chrome web store and download application to chrome and go to teams web application work !
Good day !
Henry Tregillus commented
The chat window is literally so thin that - if it was an option - I could fit 4 chats side by side on a single monitor.
The chat window is so thin that if you have an if statement in a function block in a code snippet, it goes past the window width.
The chat window is so thin that images are ALWAYS so small as to be unreadable - and it's impossible to expand them (and the "copy" button doesn't work).
Fred Cohn commented
Teams has a lot of potential, but with no window resizing it can not be considered a multi-tasking tool. Is it single task oriented. I can't really watch a Teams meeting and do anything else. In Skype, I can resize. Teams meeting screen is either full screen or a small box in the corner (all you really can do is realize that a meeting is taking place). What if I have 3-5 simultaneous chats during a Teams meeting? This is very typical.
This seriously limits the utilitarian value of Teams.
The TEAMS window needs to be permitted to be much smaller. This forum where I am typing this message has a list of topics to the right. THAT is the size of Skype. TEAMS chat needs to be the same small narrow size. Chat window needs to be much smaller.
If I want to do a bigger task, like edit a file or hold a meeting I can certainly make the window bigger but a smaller minimum needs to be allowed. When I work on a laptop, I cannot chat and see other things on the screen that I am chatting about.
Kyle Beckwith commented
Zoom is not an option and an answer for someone that doesn't understand this as a problem.
Kyle Beckwith commented
Fix this today there is waste dspace make it match the size of the teams app/browser/ mobile app. Today you force a static width. Thought the point of this flat world was responsive design this isn't responsive.
James Kennedy commented
This is a ridiculous failing. Please make this resizable!
At the moment Teams is taking up more than a third of my 27" monitor - ridiculous. Why can't we dock it or drag it or its columns to any width we want? It's hardly a productivity tool if it covers the stuff I really need to see.