Integration with Microsoft Teams

Our organization is moving from Slack and into using Microsoft Teams.  We would like to have our Aha! activity feed integration be compatible with Teams.

  • Jon Kremer
  • Nov 21 2016
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  • Stephen Furlani commented
    August 21, 2017 19:59

    ... not that we wanted to switch from Slack to Teams...

  • David Behr commented
    September 10, 2017 18:32

    same here

  • Scott Bleasdell commented
    October 30, 2017 14:23

    Teams is now the new standard at my company, replacing Skype for Business.  We never did get adoption of Slack done, and since Teams is basically a rip-off of Slack, we won't be using both.  Getting Aha integrated with Teams will really help us.

  • Ryan Otteson commented
    December 20, 2017 16:28

    Agreed, need AHA integration with Teams. Thank you!

  • Steve Kadlec commented
    January 15, 2018 18:35

    Current Aha feed into teams is a connector.  I would like it to be a Tab instead.  I have Microsoft Teams for our Product team that handles multiple products.  Each Product has a channel.  I want to be able to see a feed from aha, but not mixed in with the conversation tab.

  • David Greenwood commented
    January 26, 2018 03:14

    Wrike nails it. See Wrike integration with Microsoft Teams. Teams is integration is high priority for us and I am guessing a deal breaker for some of your prospects. I know there is a connector but it really needs the tab integration and also the ability to explicitly link Team Documents to Features not just attach a copy. This idea was raised more than a year ago - can we get this switched to Planned and get an ETA?

  • Douw Loots commented
    February 07, 2018 05:19

    Please

  • Joseph Brewer commented
    February 22, 2018 17:12

    We also would like this as we are moving even our intranet from SharePoint to teams, to align more with the Microsoft roadmap

  • David Behr commented
    March 08, 2018 22:09

    Any updates Aha?  This has been logged for over a year.  

  • Carolyn Wixson commented
    August 17, 2018 17:09

    I provided Bill Riebe with instructions on how to integrate the ISLT MS Team with Aha. If you already manage a different MS Team, go to the Store within MS Teams, select Aha, and follow the instructions to integrate your Aha activity to a tab in your Team. Contact me directly if you need help.

  • David Greenwood commented
    September 05, 2018 11:20

    This idea should be more than just adding the Aha Connector for activity feeds in Teams (that's done). Please review what Wrike offers (see other post) and change this one to Planning to Implement with an ETA :)

  • Jason Munson commented
    September 10, 2018 16:46

    MS Teams was not a choice, but an organizational mandate. Please help!

  • Tony Cleveland commented
    November 02, 2018 13:40

    We have incorporated MS Teams in many of our workflows and having this integration would be extremely helpful.

  • Jamison West commented
    25 Jan 15:56

    Excited to see this integration! Thank you!

  • Trinh Abrell commented
    21 Feb 22:21

    I am not able to find Aha in the Teams store

  • Trinh Abrell commented
    13 Mar 18:23

    Any update on this integration with teams?

  • Steve Podzamsky commented
    26 Mar 17:34

    I see that this idea was posted 2 years ago. We are moving from one collaboration tool to Microsoft teams, and this integration would help us immensely. As an organization, we are always reviewing tools, and Aha not integrating with teams is proving problematic to us rolling out Aha to a wider user base across out business units.

  • David Greenwood commented
    27 Mar 07:37

    Microsoft Teams now has 155 Active Monthly Users. Can we get this past likely to implement to Get it Done? 

  • David Greenwood commented
    06 Apr 12:15

    Great news to see this has now moved to Planning to Implement. Thank you! Now that it's on the plan do you have an ETA? Happy to be a tester if needed.

  • Emad Gharaibeh commented
    18 Apr 13:55

    Totally agree with that, currently it only views what ever changed in aha as a comment in MS Teams, would like to see more options available.