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How to Enable Viewing User Profile Pictures in Standuply for Microsoft Teams
How to Enable Viewing User Profile Pictures in Standuply for Microsoft Teams
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Written by Vlad Zhigulin
Updated over a week ago

In Standuply for Microsoft Teams, seeing user profile pictures can enhance the personal connection within your team. This visual element helps in recognizing team members quickly and adds a personal touch to your digital workspace. To enable this feature, an admin must follow specific steps to grant the necessary permissions. Here's how you can do it:

Step 1: Access the Microsoft Teams Admin Center

First, you need to navigate to the Microsoft Teams Admin Center. This is where you can manage all aspects of Microsoft Teams for your organization. You can access it by going to the following URL:

Ensure you are logged in with an administrator account to proceed.

Step 2: Manage App Policies

Once in the Microsoft Teams Admin Center, you'll need to manage the app policies specifically for Standuply. Follow these steps:

  1. On the left sidebar, click on Teams apps to expand the options.

  2. Select Manage Apps.

  3. In the search bar, type "Standuply" or use the Standuply app ID: 1250b735-e9df-4d5b-ae82-da96c55c64e4.

  4. Click on the Standuply app to proceed to the next step.

Step 3: Review Permissions and Consent

After selecting the Standuply app, you will see an option for permissions:

  1. Click on Permission policies.

  2. Find and click on Review permissions and consent.

  3. A dialog window will open, showing the permissions that Standuply requires to function correctly within Microsoft Teams.

You can directly use this link to open Standuply in your admin's panel:

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