Adding a profile picture helps you and everyone you work with quickly identify you as a task assignee or participant in other roles or communications within TeamworkIQ.

How to Add a Photo to your Profile 

Step 1 - View Your Profile

  1. Sign in to TeamworkIQ

  2. Click on your avatar image in the top-right corner of the Main Menu

  3. Select My Profile from the menu

Step 2 - Get the "Address" or "URL" of the Photo You want to use.

We suggest using an existing user profile photo of yourself from your LinkedIn, Facebook, Google, or Twitter account. You can also use any public photo - so long as it is a square and not larger than 512 x 512 pixels.

Here's how to get the address of your profile photo from various online services.

Open new browser tab, sign-in to one of the site below, and navigate to your user profile.

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Using the right-click button for your mouse, a command+click, or control+click, or a two-finger click, or a long single finger hold on the image, click on the image

Next, select the Copy Image Address option or other similar option shown in the menu.

Now you have the address (aka "URL") of your public profile image copied to your clipboard.

Step 3 - Set your Profile Image URL in TeamworkIQ

  1. Return to your TeamworkIQ Profile page.

  2. Click CHANGE PICTURE

  3. Paste the image address you copied into the field.

  4. Click OK

  5. You should see your profile image update.

  6. To keep these changes press SAVE CHANGES

 

How to Remove Your Profile Photo or Image

  1. Sign in to TeamworkIQ

  2. Click on your avatar image in the top-right corner of the Main Menu

  3. Select My Profile from the menu

  4. Click CHANGE PICTURE 

  5. Choose REMOVE

  6. A colored circle with your first initial will appear as soon as the image has been removed.

What if the Profile Photo can no longer be found?

If the Profile Photo can no longer be found, you will see the colored circle avatar image instead of the photo.

To update your Profile Photo, follow the instructions at the top of this article.

 

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