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Microsoft Teams is a fantastic addition to the Office 365 repertoire, enabling users to collaborate on information pulled from many relevant information sources through a clean, easy to use interface.
The main downside at the moment, is that Teams only automatically pulls files from the default ‘Documents’ library, and even when we add further libraries, we get a cut-down version of the functionality we experience when accessing the library through SharePoint in our web browser.
This video demonstrates how to add not only libraries, but also SharePoint lists, into Teams, with the full set of features we expect through our browser.
So here’s the steps:
And here’s the video:
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