Show meeting full screen
When double clicking the screen for the meeting, it should toggle the full screen mode
Gerd Roethig commented
Looks like this topic is, unfortunately, split across several UserVoice threads. Just see https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/41277121
Interesting: There is a true full screen mode available in Teams on Linux. See my description here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams/can-t-find-option-for-full-screen-after-update/m-p/1495966/page/7
Perhaps the Windows developers should just have a chat with their fellow colleagues next door on how they accomplished that :)
Where is the real full screen option ?
Same for me! I really need Fullscreen, please bring it back!
Andres Pelaez commented
Please, give us back the real full screen option. Please!!!!!
Please, give us back the real full screen option.
Frank Hines commented
Yes, it should always show full screen mode!
J T commented
full screen function is very important in meeting and in sharing content with others. Please give us back the full screen function.
UACS APP commented
Please add back the option for true full screen. It's okay to have the floater control which is not intrusive for us. As a developer team, without full real estate on screen renders the image / codes less ideally.
Vedang Vaidya commented
There are so many people in my Team and employees in the Company that badly want the true fullscreen back. It is annoying to zoom in the screen and keep manuvering it whenever a User is sharing. It makes no sense to disable this.
Miloš Mego commented
give us back true fullscreen!
And there also should be easy to leave full screen mode by pressing escape. All these extra clicks are ridiculous
Teams was a **** before, but this is absolutely outrageous. So simple, yet so complicate for MS.
That is really sad.
Milan Matejov commented
Hey Microsoft Teams, we need a real 100% full screen for sharing, not just so-called full screen with the display area reduced by 20 %.
Bouke Bergsma commented
Microsoft is no stranger to baffling design decisions. But this? Calling the removal of the full screen sharing option for a corporate collaboration application an upgrade is weird enough as it is, but then re-introducing it, calling it "full screen" and not actually providing "full screen" is now the new definition of adding insult to injury. Absolutely aggravating.
Full screen is absolutely essential feature. Whose idea was it to remove it?
Florian F commented
Just add my vote. We need true full screen.
@MS developers, please spend a week doing screen-sharing on a laptop. THEN decide whether true full screen can be scratched.
Zebing Bai commented
So, it's almost three years since this comments. Why MS need three years to add full screen sharing option?
Pablo Carnota commented
definitely looking for another collaboration tool from the competition that allows full screen, this is not admissible
Tom Edwards commented
Yes, this is something that Zoom and WebEx got right and Teams did not. Skype for Business was far worse, but Teams is not much better. Screen sharing should entail sharing the entire screen, pixel for pixel. Double-clicking should enter that full screen mode.
Foster Hardie commented
Collaborating on 66% of the screen is like peeping through a porthole to steer the ship. Please give us the ability to maximize the screen share to match size and resolution of our screen's capability.