Teams Desktop app "snap" to maximize the screen doesn't fill entire screen
If I use the "Snap assist" (dragging a window to the top of my monitor to maximize the Teams desktop app, the screen "maximizes" but is about 1/4 of an inch from the top of the screen. I have duplicated this behavior on a 2-monitor setup from one computer, and using a separate laptop with a single-monitor display. I don't think it's much of an "issue" with a single-monitor set up because you wouldn't have a reason to take the steps to replicate, but it happens consistently as follows.
Steps to Replicate (assume 2-monitor setup):
- "snap" top of screen to maximize Teams Window on either Monitor 1 or Monitor 2 -- works fine the first time after opening app
- Try to Drag the Teams window to the other monitor, and "snap" to the top of the monitor to maximize, the screen maximizes but doesn't sit at the top of the monitor (and as such you can click any open programs behind)
- Snap a 3rd time to either of the two monitors, and Teams fully maximizes as expected.
- For testing purposes, snap a 4th time and again the gap at the top of the screen comes back.
- A 5th snap, resolves the issue again.
This also occurs on a single-monitor display (from a completely different computer). If I maximize Teams, then just "snap" to the top again, the Teams app leaves a gap at the top of the screen. Again this isn't practical with a single-monitor setup, but it does confirm the bug occurring with the app.