02-02-2018 11:51 AM
02-02-2018 11:51 AM
When pasting an image into Wiki, it works, but if the image is a screenshot, there is no way to see the image clearly since it is scaled down. I hope you can add a way to zoom into the Wiki or enlarge the pasted images.
10-23-2018 12:06 PM
11-06-2018 12:31 PM
Teams app just updated and the issue remains.
Currently Microsoft Teams Version 1.1.00.29068 (64 bit). It was last updated on 06/11/2018.
11-07-2018 08:26 AM
11-08-2018 03:22 AM
11-14-2018 09:17 AM - edited 11-14-2018 09:33 AM
I seem to have the same issue, new content cannot be added until the image resize issue is fixed. It is pointless not able to see full sized images. Hope this issue can be fixed soon, using Teams both in chrome and as an app on windows 10.
Workaround until this is fixed: Right click on the image and open in new tab in chrome, this seems to show the full size image in a new tab, atleast I can see the image for now.
11-17-2018 05:06 AM
Same issue here. When I first started using Teams, I could resize the image.
But now I can not resize.
I've tried both copy/pasting the image into WIKI and also inserting the image using the "image" icon.
11-24-2018 12:22 AM
I convinced my organization move to teams and now we begin transferring instructions, handbooks and other documentation to Teams WiKi pages. With small images, schemas and etc. it totally worthless... Now I don't know what to say to my users. Any plans to fix this issue?
11-26-2018 01:01 AM
I just got to this thread searching on how to resize images. As it seems that no-one at Microsoft is paying attention to this thread, you should vote here, if you haven't already done so (they at least seems to check UserVoice from time to time):
12-07-2018 12:45 PM
Looks like it's fixed! My desktop version is 1.1.00.31860 updated 12/6/2018 and my wiki images can be resized again. Yay!
12-08-2018 06:17 AM
Still can't :(
1.1.00.31860 updated 12/7/2018
Hope it will begin to work...
(Or I can't figure out how it works. Just click and drag low right image corner? Or double click?)
12-08-2018 08:27 AM
That should work how odd. When I hover over the image there’s a blue outline with a blue corner bottom righ. Click that corner to drag. This is the desktop app Win10 for me, not a browser
12-10-2018 09:57 PM
12-10-2018 10:35 PM
I am curious, why to use Wiki-functionality for this? I usually use& recommend using OneNote and building a wiki with that.
OneNote: syncs to different devices (available offline), you have a working version history, there is a file to move around if needed, excellent and free form canvas to use, desktop & online apps, included in the search.
Wiki: fast to use inside Teams. No working version history. No recovery option (if you delete wiki from Team you don't get it back), not available offline, files accessable only via Teams, no way to move Wiki to another team for example. So far the only + side (fast use) did not make the cut for me.
12-11-2018 12:01 AM
@Vesa Nopanen We have some old Teams that use Onenote and most new ones that use the Wiki functionality. We basically used them to store quick notes and instructions, related to the Team, that are rarely edited but frequently accessed.
It is true that Wikis are currently quite limited (you have revision history through the Sharepoint they are stored in, though) but, for frequently accessed info, the speed is (at least for us) a huge difference, specially if you only use them within teams, where you cannot "pin" a tab open, and sometimes you might have to keep jumping between the Wiki tab and a different channel tab.
12-11-2018 12:15 AM
12-11-2018 01:13 AM
Hi Vesa Nopanen, thanks for tips and insights!
Looking for a knowledge base (handbooks, instructions and etc.) solution for our organization. And just playing around with WiKi Teams / WiKi SharePoint / OneNote. Previous experience was with Jira Confluence pages.
Hope to handle to get the best of 365 possibilities for that.
12-11-2018 01:19 AM