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Find an image you like (Jpeg or png)
Open it with Paint
Rescale to 100 x 100 pixels or as close as you can get
Load into Teams...
May 13 2019 02:55 PM
@Ruby_Ann Welcome to the world of the cloud when things change at bewildering speed. My advice was correct in February 2018 when the Teams client didn't have the ability to resize images. You can now upload larger images of up to 4 MB and Teams will resize them. Try a 640 x 640 pixel image instead (just tested it and an image of this size works great).
Jun 03 2019 08:45 PM
Try uploading 64px x 64px .PNG file using the Microsoft Teams App interface:
Note 1: Modern SharePoint sites' icons are 64px x 64px.
Note 2: The beta version of the Teams PowerShell Module give the ability to change the Team Picture, however it could take up to 2 hours for the change to take effect.
Jul 01 2019 12:24 PM
@Stephen Rinesdoing 100 X 100 and then saving to PNG will do the trick no mattterif you upload it to Sharepoint information section as a page logo or if you upload it to the Teams setting both will sync but the same scale works for me which is 100 by 100.
thought it has been a while you posted it but hope you alreayd resolved this issue.
@Stephen Rines wrote:
I’m trying add a picture for our team. I can edit the name of the team but the image we add for our team name doesn’t scale? Has anyone figured out what size image will fit?
Jul 16 2020 08:12 PM
Even though this information may be a little out of date, coming from Microsoft's beta documentation, it may still be of help:
Update the photo (picture) for a team. The following are the supported sizes of HD photos in Microsoft 365: 48x48, 64x64, 96x96, 120x120, 240x240, 360x360, 432x432, 504x504, and 648x648 pixels.
On a side note: If you would like to see the update Team Picture/Logo functionality make it into the production ready PowerShell or REST API, please click here: https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/40899187-update-team-photo-usi...
Sep 08 2020 01:07 PM - edited Sep 08 2020 01:10 PM
I’m finding that even though I use a square image, teams wants to crop it. Can someone look at the image and tell me what I should do with it? (This is my own work)
Sep 09 2020 03:19 PM
@Stephen Rines I have found that the algorithm used to scale the team icon is not handling some pretty common down-scaling issues, leaving ugly white lines on two sides of just about any image with a dark background. Microsoft can tell us what the correct size is, so that no scaling needs to be done (maybe not possible depending on their code), or they could just do better (check out this StackOverflow issue Microsoft).
I just decided to design the icon with a white background to avoid the issue.