Written by Tanja Microsoft Office (365) / Teams
On your Microsoft Teams chat, type in your text message, select it and click on the 'A pencil' icon to expand the options where you'll see a toolbar at the top.
Are you interested to increase the font size in your Microsoft Teams chat? - you've landed on the right blog post.
Microsoft Teams, one of the best workspace chat and video conference applications, became one of the most used platforms in these modern times of remote working.
But, with remote working and us being glued to our computers or smart devices for hours, some issues started affecting our eyes in a bad way, resulting in various eye conditions.
This is why Microsoft developed Teams with options for us to make a large font size and not be bothered by all those tiny letters.
Stay tuned to learn how to adjust the font and display size in your Microsoft Teams chats.
Once you change the size of your text message and send it, the recipient will get that message exactly how you format it.
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Quick Info: The steps given below show you how you can adjust only the size of your screen and will not affect the screen of the person you are chatting with. This means the recipient you are chatting with will see their screen based on their Teams settings.
Yes! You can also increase the font display size of the Microsoft Teams desktop client so that all the menus and options appear in a larger font.
The way to do it is within the app itself > click on your profile picture and choose the Zoom option > use the slider to increase or decrease the font size.
Another option for this is to use your keyboard shortcut.
To increase font size in Windows 10; this is done by pressing CTRL and using your mouse to scroll up - this is how the font size will increase. To decrease the font size, you only need to scroll down.
If you are using a Mac; press Command and use your mouse to scroll up to increase the text size and scroll down to decrease it.
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