Allow rotation of photos in desktop app integrated photo viewer.
Currently the integrated photo viewer in the desktop app, for viewing attached photos in conversations, does not support photo rotation. Please integrate, thanks!
Again - please fix it. It is very annoying when such a simple operation cannot be done
Ian Morris commented
I see that there is a similar poll here:
"Be able to rotate and zoom in on images submitted in the assignments tab"
Students submitting multiple pages - this is time-consuming. Please fix!
[Deleted User] commented
Provide the function to rotate images manually. So many of my pupils are uploaded photographs of via the Teams up and I am unable to view effectively.
fix this please
Please fix this, as soon as possible, it's ridiculous that it's not possible to rotate a picture,
basic function in any program that can show photos
Chris Webb crazy you implement a feature that takes a normal photo and then Teams rotates its and then as a user you can't resolve it !!! Please get this fixed
Yes please provide this functionality. It is incredibly frustrating trying to mark submitted work! I'm getting a sore neck!
David Griffith commented
It's crazy that this still can't be done! Students are submitting their work and it's showing in landscape in Teams, even though when you click it, it loads in the browser in portrait. Can you please fix this!
I am an art teacher and trying to upload images of students art work onto an art gallery page. I'm trying to figure out how to rotate the images. Can you fix this issue!
we are sharing a lots of photo during work.
some photos being shared on incorrect direction.
and we had to download it and open by another software to rotate it.
Please fix this small issue asap
Has this still not been fixed? Teachers receiving uploads from students for school work, and each one is rotated 90 degrees to the left. It’s a standard sheet of letter paper.
When my team sends photos that are taken in landscape mode and need to be read in that way on the desktop, but cannot be rotated, is very frustrating to say the least.
Sean Stran commented
Agreed, every photo I upload gets rotated, even if I rotate the orientation in Paint, Office Image Viewer, etc. This happens in Sharepoint as well.
MS so busy wanting to make their applications pretty they forget to put any resources into functionality.
even if you rotate a photo and save it, it posts to teams sideways - very frustrating