If you’re using Microsoft Teams, you’ve probably interacted with the “Profile” menu in the app’s title bar. By default, the Microsoft Teams title bar comes with your profile icon that gives you access to your organization/personal account, settings, and more.
All of the app’s key features can be found on the Microsoft Teams General Settings tab. From there, you can change your audio and video settings and change hardware settings. You can also turn off hardware acceleration, turn off Teams when you start your PC, and more.
In addition to these settings, users must also interact with the profile menu to access their organizational settings and switch between accounts.
Microsoft is now moving Settings, Keyboard Shortcuts, Info, Check for updates, and other desktop client-specific options from the profile menu to a new menu in the title bar.
The existing profile menu focuses on account management and allows you to switch to another account or tenant. As part of the update, Microsoft moves the following options from the current profile menu to a new menu in the same title bar:
- Zoom control: Allows you to customize the layout of the team’s interface by zooming in and out.
-Settings: Links to the general options, devices, notifications, and other options.
- About: Shows the version of the Teams desktop client.
- Check for updates.
At the Microsoft 365 Admin Center, Microsoft confirmed that it will roll out the feature to users at the end of January and offer new training documentation early next year.