Right Click to Save Images
I spent way too long trying to figure out how to right click and save an image (like you do almost everywhere else on every operating system in almost every other app) in the shadowboxed view before I realized you have to "Download" the image via the arrow icon at the top of the window first. Why isn't "Save Image" a context menu option? Or "Download Image"? Or you could even make the existing "Copy Image" work system wide so I can just paste to my desktop like I tried to do a few times.
Whenever you find something in Teams that is really basic functionality that is badly designed, you had better believe that there will already be a uservoice 4 years old with dozens of votes that has never been fixed.
Jan Doggen commented
And even 'download image' gives you no clue as to where it ends up, **or under what name** so you can't even search for it...
MOUMITA BASU commented
I had to use snipping tool to save the images
I struggled with this for ages. Eventually the description here ("arrow icon at the top of the window") gave me the answer - but even after reading that it took me 5 minutes to find that @#^& arrow.
Tim the IT Guy commented
I just had to email a conversation to myself so that I could save the image out of the email i received.
PJ Deville commented
We need a "download image" from the chat window, like for others attachement.
We also need a "copy image" that work for other application, like paint, paint.net, Excel, ... (to my knowledge, only Words works currently)
Save as too. There's no indication where it saves to!