Microsoft Starts Rolling Out Office 365 Connectors As Part Of Groups

Office 365 has the ability to integrate the external notifications and feeds into the shared inbox. Now, Microsoft has started to roll out this service to Office 365 customers which pull out the content and updates from Microsoft and third-party apps and services, such as RSS, Twitter, Trello, and much more directly into the Outlook.chrome_2016-03-25_19-00-08 There are more than 50 connectors are now available in the market such as SalesForce, GitHub, MailChump, Twitter, etc. If you are tracking a Twitter feed, watching the latest news headlines with Bing, managing a project with the Trello app, etc. You can easily collaborate with the Groups shared inbox and easily interact with the updates.Office 365 Groups is a service that allows groups to come together and get work done by beginning a single team identity and a single set of approvals across Office 365 apps. Setting up an Office 365 Group automatically makes a calendar, notebook, shared inbox, files, etc. Introducing-Office-365-Connectors-3Nowadays, the member of an Office 365 can add Office 365 Connectors for their group’s use in few seconds to carry filtered info in the shared inbox which is appropriate to the team’s needs and interests. Currently, Connectors work with Office 365 groups shared inbox which needs an Office 365 to work or school account. Connectors also will work with Outlook 2016 and the Outlook Web App that support Office 365 Groups. Microsoft is also rolling out Connectors for the Groups mobile app for Windows Phone, iOS, Android, etc. The Outlook Groups app is now in the Windows Store, Apple App Store, and Google Play Store according to a Microsoft support.22222222222222222222222222Frequently Asked Questions

When will Office 365 Connectors be generally available?

Currently, Office 365 Connectors are available for first release customers and in the course of being rolled out for common availability shortly.

How do I add a connector for my Group?

Office 365 Connectors can be configured and added from Outlook on the net by navigating to the Group and connecting Connectors on the navigation bar. Search the connector whichever you like and then click ok Add option and follow the instructions to set up the connector.