So we can respond to customers
@Andrew Rasmussen - any timeline on a potential Teams integration?
@Andy Fleming: Hey Andy! We don't have any immediate plans to share.
With that said, we do have a specific focus on making Canny work better for larger teams in 2020, and Microsoft Teams is pretty high on that list. Hope to have an update to share in the next few months.
I'm also coming up with similar issue. My company is moving away from Slack and towards Teams. It would be great to have the existing Slack integration functionality available in Teams.
Hey @Gary R, thanks for posting. Unfortunately we don't have a Microsoft Teams integration yet, but you can probably set up most/all of the functionality via Zapier. Might be worth a shot!
Thanks Andrew. Ideally I'm trying to stay away from an integration layer. I still have access to Slack for now, so I'll patiently wait for this enhancement ;-)
@Andrew Rasmussen: Hi I could not see team zap there..
@Kamal Saran: Hi Kamal, you should be able to use the Canny app with the Microsoft Teams app.
@Andrew Rasmussen: this zap asking me admin approval and when I asked my office 365 team, they does not know anything about this.. do you know how to sort this out?
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@Kamal Saran: It sounds like only your Microsoft Teams administrator will be able to set up the Zapier integration between Canny and Teams.
Please add teams support!
Teams is the emerging de-facto platform for collaboration at my company. It is becoming prevalent not just among IT/Developers, but also Operations people. It is particularly useful because I can create channels for certain topics, like "Product Feedback" with useful widgets like out project plan, etc. I would like to elegantly bring Canny into a channel using a built-integration. I could use the native "Website" Teams widget to incorporate Canny, but a native Canny widget for Teams would be much better. I'd like to be able to filter which Roadmaps and Features to show within a certain Teams channel. For example, a Team channel devoted to ERP enhancements would automatically only show that 1 Canny roadmap. There would be no way to lose your place and add a feature to the wrong roadmap.
Build a connector to receive notifications on Microsoft Teams channels.