How to sync Workplace groups to your Teams channels
Learn how to use the Workplace integration with Microsoft Teams to ensure your team doesn't miss important updates shared on Workplace.
Employees today are using more work tools than ever before—and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Different roles have varying needs and the tools to address them. But when daily work applications vary between one team to the next, important updates can sometimes be slow to reach everyone and teams can operate in silos.
Workplace is a great tool for sharing work updates with your team or the entire organization, like project overviews, campaign results, sales wins, etc. It’s also a central place for your organization to share critical internal announcements, like return to office information, benefits policies, organizational changes and more.
If you’re using Teams to collaborate every day, it’s important that your team keeps an eye out on updates and conversations that are happening in relevant Workplace groups. With the Microsoft Teams integration, ensuring that your team stays in the loop is easier than ever.
The Workplace integration with Microsoft Teams works in two ways:
Admins can pin Workplace to the sidebar of Teams.
Any Teams user can add a Workplace group feed to their Teams Channel.
This guide is specifically focused on adding group feeds to Teams Channels. For more information on all aspects of the integration, read this guide. If you’re a system administrator who's interested in learning about how to enable the integration in your Workplace, visit the Workplace Help Center.