02-13-2019 08:28 AM
02-13-2019 08:28 AM
I have quite a lot of conversations in Teams Channel that are sent via mobile devices, which allows photo to be attached. Apparently there's a change in Teams now that the attached photos disappeared and unable to load it from the desktop client. Please advise. Attached is an example of what the photos look like now.
12-20-2019 01:29 AM - edited 12-20-2019 02:02 AM
Facing the same issue on Android app (v1416).
Image appears on mobile, but don't on others clients.
Image appears after ~30-60mn. Not a great User Experience.
Should be improved.
12-20-2019 01:55 AM
12-30-2019 12:43 AM
We have been experience images not show including previously worked before 23 Dec.
This seems more like a bug on Teams then the configuration problem since we checked that the message sent are in correct format following the documentation which works normal before, using XML inline image <img src='https://[company domain]//chatimg/11_2_6_2.png' width='618' height='417'>
We observer a strange behavior is that the image is automatically turn into https://teams.microsoft.com/undefined for unknown reason.
01-15-2020 09:56 AM
Same issue on my end... Images are no longer displayed in a conversation sent by a Teams chatbot to a user whereas the link to the image is valid.
It worked previsously and stopped working after the last week of December 2019....
FYI we are using MS Teams desktop application and we are facing this issue on all operating systems...
Looks like a bug...
Any updates on this ?...
01-20-2020 01:36 AM
Good news, I did check again today and the issue seems to be resolved without changing anything in the code.
All is good so far on my end.
So it confirms that it was an issue in Teams.
If someone has a clue of what happened it will be good to know...
03-04-2020 01:56 PM
@skanjanasakchai It seems no one has an answer to this. In the spirit of troubleshooting, it may be helpful to see if (as long as you can get a consistent email header, domain or other email field) adding something to the safe senders list through Exchange Mail Flow rules. When I open the email via the View Original Email button and Download the Images, they show up. The pictures not revealing themselves may have to do with that.
04-07-2020 11:34 PM
@skanjanasakchaii've tried the below troubleshooting and it worked for an user in my company, see below:
Exit MS Teams
Clear your browser’s image cache
2.1. Google Chrome
Open Google Chrome
Click on the three vertical dots in the top right corner of your browser
In the top left corner, click on the option Clear browsing data
Set the Time range to All time
Mark all three options including :
Cookies and other site data
Cached images and files
Click on Clear data
2.2. Internet Explorer
Launch Internet Explorer
Press Ctrl + Shift + Del
Press Ctrl + H
Click the Settings button
Scroll down to Internet Options and click it
Click the Setting button
Follow to History.
Type 0 in the box Days to keep pages in history.
Go back to Internet Options and press Delete button
Go to the Content tab
Select AutoComplete Settings
Select Delete AutoComplete History
Open MS Teams
04-16-2020 08:23 AM
I was having a similar issue with any images that I posted not displaying. I am an iOS user.
I simply did a full uninstall, ran a registry cleaner, restarted my PC, and download and re-install of Teams on my PC. When I logged back in after the fresh install, all images were there in all chats and working properly.
Took maybe 10 minutes.
04-27-2020 02:10 AM
@skanjanasakchai our school has two issues with TEAMS forms which is making it completely unusable. The first issue is annoying but the second is serious.
1) Pictures often do not load and students need to keep refreshing their browsers
2) If you create a form in your own area and then copy and move it to a different team for them to use, you find that randomly pictures have been removed from the form. It doesn't remove them all, just randomly about 20% of them. This means that the form has to be mended and they have to be re-added. BIG BUG!
04-28-2020 05:50 AM
05-01-2020 08:19 AMSolution
Not sure if this answers the original issue but I had a broken image icon when looking back at old conversations. The following did the trick:
Exit out of Teams Desktop app. Clear this folder %AppData%\Microsoft\Teams\Cache. Relaunch Teams and the images now show.
by lkratzberg on April 05, 2019
by skanjanasakchai on February 13, 2019
by EDWARD_Do on February 11, 2019