The team logo you use in Microsoft Teams plays an important role in defining your team’s identity. It can also make or break your team’s professional image.
That’s why you need to be very picky when selecting your team image. The good news is that you could always change it if you added an inappropriate or unprofessional image.
Keep in mind that only team owners are allowed to add a new team picture. Team members can only view the picture, but they can’t change it.
Before you edit anything, check for updates. If there’s a new Teams version available, install it and then change the picture. By making sure you’re running the latest app version, you reduce the chances of encountering technical glitches and bugs.
Steps to Change Your Team Image in Microsoft Teams on PC
- Launch Microsoft Teams. Wait until the app has fully launched.
- Then select your team and click on the menu.
- Click on Manage team.
- Navigate to Settings.
- Locate and select the Change picture option.
- You have two choices: you can either select a ready-made avatar or upload a picture from your device.
- Select the image you want to use, and apply the changes.
Note: It may take a few seconds for the change to sync. Be patient.
Many users prefer to upload their own images or company logo. That’s the best approach is you use Teams in a business environment.
The preloaded themes and images are a bit too cheesy and goofy for many users. But they’re quite fun to use if you’re a student.
A Simpler Method
If you’re looking for a simpler and quicker method to change your team picture, we got you covered.
You can simply hover your mouse over your existing team picture. The edit option will then become visible (the tiny pen).
You can then click on your current team image and replace it with a new one.
How to Change Your Team Image in Microsoft Teams on Mobile
If you use the mobile version of Teams, simply tap More (the three lines) and then tap your picture. Select the Edit image option to edit or change your picture.
This post was written by Madalina Dinita and was first posted to Technipages
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