Fix #10: Switch to Microsoft Teams web interface

Fix #10: Switch to Microsoft Teams web interface

If your work depends on Teams, then you can check the Teams’ web client to see if you can open images within a chat. Since the Teams web client relies on a web browser you often use on your computer, you should be able to access images from a Teams chat or channel as long as they’re supported.

You can check the Microsoft Teams web interface by going to this link on a web browser and logging into your account.

3 Ways to fix GIFs not working on Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams has a native option to send GIFs to others in your team to make the conversation more fun and interactive. These GIFs are available via GIPHY and can be used on both the desktop and web client of Microsoft Teams. If you cannot send GIFs or can’t find its option inside a conversation, the following fixes should help resolve the issue.

Fix #1: Make sure GIFs are enabled by Teams admin

If you cannot see the GIF button inside Teams, then chances are that it has been disabled by your Teams administrator. As a member, you can request your Teams admin to re-enable GIFs inside the Teams app. If you’re the administrator of the team yourself, you can enable GIFs inside Microsoft Teams by going to admin.teams.microsoft and signing into the Teams administrator account.

If you want GIFs to appear inside Teams regardless of their embedded content, you can select the No restriction option under Giphy content rating.

Fix #2: Use the GIF button to send GIF images

If you haven’t sent GIFs to anyone on Teams yet, it’s quite easy to do so. To send GIFs inside Teams, go to the Teams channel or chat you want to send GIFs on and click on the New conversation button at the bottom of the chat thread.

You should now see a new window pop up on the screen showing a list of GIFs you can add to your chat. You can select the GIF you want to send or use the search box at the top to find the GIF you want.

Fix #3: Download and send GIFs manually

If your Teams admin has disabled GIFs, it doesn’t mean that you cannot send GIFs to others. Instead of using the GIFs option, you can upload them manually by downloading the one you want to send from the internet. You can explore the same service – giphy that Microsoft Teams employs to add GIFs to a conversation. Once inside giphy, search and select the GIF you want to send and then copy it by right-clicking on a GIF and selecting Copy Image.

Inside the Teams client, you can go to the chat you want to use GIFs on and paste the contents of your clipboard by pressing the Ctrl (Cmd) + V keyboard shortcut onto the conversation box.

Why can’t I see pictures inside Microsoft Teams Wiki?

Microsoft Teams has an inbuilt text editor where hookup Windsor you and others in your team can draft and edit texts, and chat with each other. Like a document, pages inside Wiki can also host images and other files that you may need to share with others. If you’re facing problems trying to look at images from the Teams’ Wiki tab, then it could be for any of the following reasons:

  • You’re accessing your team’s private Wiki from the Microsoft Teams mobile app.
  • You’re not part of the meeting organizers organization as all notes on the Wiki are managed by them.
  • Meeting notes including images won’t be available for teams meetings with over 100 participants.

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