Something that has not often been Microsoft's strong suit is a bit of a killer when it comes to teams:
Please enable custom stylesheets for scripting the user interface layout. I'm unsure what UI engine Teams is built on but having the ability to create themes via CSS stylesheets would be a huge win.
A successful solution would have:
> A class reference for the UI elements on Teams
> Full CSS3 support
> Ability to Save/Import/Export and Share themes
sam rudloff commented
This would be a great solution, please just let us modify the css. if you would just load the css from the local drive we could even make tools to customize it.
right now the ui takes way to much room, this is unusable.
Justin Oros commented
Any day now Microsoft...
Styling is in Parts really bad, so this would be highly recommended. e.g. visualisation of links: a ctrl-k customised links is nearly invisible when surrounded by text. there would be a need of customisation-ability like bold or a link-symbol.
best would be the opportunity to import customides css-Setiings.
Mark Frazier commented
This would be outstanding – especially given an option to set up opening pages with custom visuals, for invitees coming into specific teams and/or channels.
David S commented
It's based on Electron and NodeJS. I'm sure CSS can be customized.
+1 for this feature
Please, would like to have this one.
I'd love it is I could just do custom CSS for the Markdown renderer. It's black and white even when the Teams dark theme is turned on and uses Times New Roman of all things.
Agreed, this is critical