How do I add icons to TeamSpeak?

To access icons that will appear to everyone on the server just right click on your server name in the TS3 client when logged in as Server Admin and you will see “View Icons”. Click “Upload” locate your custom 16px x 16px image ( png, gif, jpg) and click “Open”.

How do I change my TeamSpeak Icon?

Teamspeak Support :: How to add an icon to the TeamSpeak 3 server name. Right click on your “Server Name” at the top of the TeamSpeak 3 window and select the “Edit Virutal Server” option. Next to “Icon:” you’ll click the arrow button, then select “Edit Icon”.

Did TeamSpeak cost money?

TeamSpeak 3 Client is absolutely FREE to download and install on your PC, Mac or Linux Box. Once installed, you can freely access 1000s of public TeamSpeak servers or even your own private TeamSpeak server. If you have your own server hardware, you can set up your own private server, completely FREE-of-charge too!

How do I customize my Teamspeak server?

To edit your Teamspeak 3 channel description, follow these steps:

  1. Connect to your Teamspeak 3 server.
  2. Right-click the channel name and choose EDIT CHANNEL.
  3. Enter your description into the DESCRIPTION field and click OK.

How old is Ventrilo?


Screenshot of the Ventrilo 3.0.8 client on Windows 10
Developer(s) Flagship Industries, Inc.
Initial release 3 August 2002
Stable release / 20 August 2017
Operating system Windows, macOS, Linux

How do you steal icons on Teamspeak?

Tutorial How to steal teamspeak icons from a server

  1. Go to your Roaming folder. You can find it by pressing your “Win key” and “R”.
  2. Open the Folder TS3Client and go into the folder cache.
  3. Here are all the icons stored, you ever saw.
  4. Ignore the “dummy.png” and rename the other files to NameOfYourChoice.png.

How do I delete Teamspeak cache?

HOW-TO: Clear Teamspeak Client Banner cache

  1. Enable show hidden files and folders (Good article on this here)
  2. Locate the “teamspeak2” Application Data folder. Windows XP the default location: C:\Documents and Settings\*YourUserName*\Application Data\teamspeak2\
  3. Delete the “imagecache.ini” and any “.jpg” images.