07-17-2016 11:45 PM
07-17-2016 11:45 PM
I'm trying to figure out how to get all the users profiles pictures properly (ideally in high resolution) populated across all the Office 365 products, including Exchange Online (where it currently works for us), but also in Delve and Planner.
Also, how do I do it centrally, or even scheduled delta updates from a central repository?
I've figured out how to do it for one user through the Exchange Control Panel, but that does not seem to update the picture in Delve or Planner.
07-18-2016 12:58 AM
07-19-2016 05:42 AM
To change your own picture in Office 365 across all products, log into Office 365, then click on the gear in the top-right and go into the Office 365 settings. Once in there, click on "Personal Info" on the left side, then click on the "Change photo" and upload the picture of your choice.
If you want to do this for other users, the only way I'm aware of how to do this is through PowerShell, see the following blog for details on this:
Hope that helps!
07-19-2016 08:57 AM
08-03-2016 10:12 AM
Have used the scripts found at the link below.
04-11-2018 06:38 AM - edited 04-11-2018 06:40 AM
Four years after my original post (mentioned by Rob Ellis in this thread), I still find this frustrating. I just published another blog post on my approach for migrating profile pictures:
Hopefully it helps some of those who are also struggling with this. I see some similarities between this and the "demystifying" post also mentioned in this thread.
04-11-2018 01:13 PM
Lately I've found that I have to run the script I referenced earlier multiple times to get it to work properly. I used to only need to run it once. Now I just give it at least two tries and that usually covers all the Office 365 apps (besides Yammer).
07-24-2018 08:45 PM
I've had success using the free tool CodeTwo User Photos for Office 365
It connects to your AD Azure instance to populate the user photos, which then populates all other Office 365 services.
If you have photos named, you can bulk uploaded them based on a file name pattern and will attempt to match them with your user AD fields.
The program also allows you to resize the image to a defined size, or just resize it to the maximum supported by Office 365.
Definitely worth a look!
Have used it over