Get a team created with SharePoint Content
Bring your Internal Intranet right to your Teams. Just add SharePoint Site with News, Events, Links, and other relevant content to your Channel Tab. As a result, your team members will follow key content without jumping from one app to other
Perform ideal documents sharing with Teams and SharePoint Integration. Thus, you can add Document Library right to your Teams Channel. In addition, on your SharePoint Site, you will see all documents folders structured by teams
Get SharePoint News right into your team in Microsoft Teams. As a result, your team members are informed about all organizational news from other departments and stakeholders, even if they aren’t team members.
Explore Different Scenarios
Build a Team Site with project experts who can post any updates, KPIs, and help to work on difficult deals. Add it to your Project Management Template as a new Tab. As a result, members of the newly created team from your Template will be able to easily communicate with experts from outside of the project team
Add SharePoint Site with Power BI Reports to your Sales Team Template. Thus, your team members will track sales results in one structured place
Business Department Teams
Share documents with guidelines, use cases, and any content such as video, images, and any links. Add SharePoint Site to a tab and it will be copied automatically to each team created from the template
Step 1. Create SharePoint Site
Create your own intranet with Communication or Team Site. Add Documents, Posts, News, Events – everything you need to collaborate on. Would you like to learn more about SharePoint Site? In our blog, we’re telling about many different SharePoint Features.
Step 2. Add SharePoint to your Original Team
Build an Original Team with relevant Channels. Add Files, and Tabs with any Microsoft or 3rd Party App. In this case, you can add your SharePoint Site as a new Tab in a needed Channel. Be sure, everything will be copied to your Team Template
Step 3. Scale at your organization
Build your first Template from Original Team with copied Channels, Tabs, Files, Settings, and Members. Add your Template to your own Template Catalog according to your use cases. As a result, your end-users will be able to build different teams from your Template Catalog and work in a structured workspace.