Click your profile picture, select Settings > Appearance > Themes. Select High contrast and click Save. You'll then be prompted to restart Webex Teams, to apply the changes.

For example, space names are highlighted in white instead of gray, and the colors of the activity menu display differently.

Click your profile picture, select Preferences > Appearance > Themes. Then, select High contrast. You'll then be prompted to restart Webex Teams, to apply the changes.

You'll see differences in the app right away. For example, the space names are highlighted in white instead of gray, and the colors of the activity menu display differently.


 

Your Mac includes a contrast setting built into macOS (System Preferences > Accessibility > Display > Increase contrast), which applies increased contrast to all supported apps, including Webex Teams.

So, if you've already applied the setting on your Mac, you don't need to apply it in Webex Teams.

Tap your profile picture, select Appearance, and then select High Contrast. You can also choose High Contrast when you've selected light or dark theme.

You'll see differences in the app right away. For example, the colors of the activity menu display differently.


 

Your iPhone and iPad also include a contrast setting built into iOS, which applies increased contrast to all supported apps, including Webex Teams. (Settings > General > Accessibility > Increase Contrast > Darken Colors). So, if you've already applied the setting on your device, you won't be able to apply it in Webex Teams.

Tap your profile picture, select Appearance, and then select High Contrast.

You'll see differences in the app right away. For example, the colors of the activity menu display differently.

Click your profile picture, select Settings > Advanced > Vision Accessibility, and then select High Contrast.

Then, quit your browser and sign into Webex Teams again to see the differences.