Remember window size
When reopening the app it resizes the window to only use about on third of the screen; I would like it to remember my last settings (i.e. maximised window).
Toby Mole commented
Here's the problem with UserVoice.
Basic functionality that should be correct in any Windows application, indeed should be inherent in actually being a Windows application, yet there's not a hope of it getting fixed because it doesn't get bazillions of "likes".
Software design by social network popularity contest - how ludicrous.
Apparently, I found a solution (for Teams on Mac, at least):
Resize the Teams window as you wish, and go to the Teams incon in the Dock and press option "Quit". Nex time you open it, it will pop up with the proper size.
Jim Lawson commented
Similarly, reqardless of which monitor I use / resize and close on. When joining a new meeting, the window always comes up on one monitor and is always the same, wrong size - ridiculously oversized.
I need the same functionality for the opposite problem: on a 4K monitor with other windows opened, I always need to resize and reposition Meeting window in a smaller fixed place
Alexander Clifton-Melhuish commented
I have the opposite problem on a mac. When I reopen the window, it resizes itself to fill the screen instead of remembering the size I set it previously. The ridiculous thing is that when the window first opens, it's the right size, and then it 'maximises' to fill the screen!
Who forgot to implement this? I mean, this is so basic functionality... it's everywhere. Get you sh** together M$.
This would be a nice quality of life improvement. I have to resize the window every time I join a call which is annoying
And I use a 55" 4K TV as my monitor, and have the same feedback - opening at 1/3 of my screen is HUGE. I have to reset it every time I join a teams meeting, to about 1/6 total screen size so I can see all my other app windows that I need during the meetings.
Not a huge deal, but I have a handful of meetings every day, so it gets annoying knowing that saving size (and position) should be so easy to fix. Of course, I'm sure it gets more complex when you account for laptops hooking to different monitors at different time (or a different number of monitors)