Microsoft Teams should show with which account I have logged into Teams when I have 2 accounts.
I have two accounts one is with the parent company and another is customer account. Once I login, I am not sure with which account i have logged in, if it shows up an indication which account it is, that would be nice. It is not a great change, but easy for us to identify the account. Unless I logout and re-login I can't recognize my account. Normally First Name and Last Name appears same in both the account and not able to identify the difference.
Hope the question/requirement is clear..
Both people commenting prior to me have the same idea
Like every other Microsoft app - clicking your profile circle "SHOULD" show your current account details
however in MS Teams it currently DOES NOT do this
Trying to write documentation on checking which Microsoft account you're currently logged into - and this oversight has made it unnecessarily hard
The problem with the solution given by Anonymous on 12/21/20 is that clicking on your name does NOT display your email.... Only the option to upload a new photo. Not having the ability to check which account you're logged into at a quick glance is very disappointing. This is a huge oversight on MicroSoft's part. The work-around is placing unique avatar photos on each account to identify... But that shouldn't have to be the case.
We should be able to see which account is logged in - when clicking on out picture, under name, display our email