A natural extension of being the doc that brings it all together is meeting you and your team where you’re already working, like Microsoft Teams. Over the past few months, we spoke to makers at the intersection of Coda and Microsoft Teams. And we heard that many of you are trying to automate time-based reminders, cultivate a culture of engaged feedback, and centralize the resources everyone needs to get their work done.
So we’re opening the window to your informational universe by giving you two new ways to connect your docs and Teams:
Bring Coda into Microsoft Teams.
The Coda for Teams app lets you access all your team docs—meeting notes, team wikis, project trackers, and briefs—directly from Microsoft Teams.
Once you’ve installed the app, you can:
- Increase your team’s productivity. Spin up new docs and add tabs with important resources, without ever leaving your chats and channels.
- Get and receive feedback. Create collaborative and interactive proposals that capture discussions and decisions—and then pin them so they can be updated on the fly.
- Automatically share docs. Auto-sharing makes docs available to all of your teammates without having to give individual access.
Learn how to install the Coda for Teams app from the Teams marketplace.
Bring Microsoft Teams into Coda.
Makers on the enterprise plan can install the Microsoft Teams Pack to their Coda docs to send messages to chats and channels, tag teammates, automate workflow, and eliminate duplicated work.
We’ve provided you with some of our favorite time-saving templates—all pre-wired to work with your Microsoft Teams account, once you’ve connected it to Coda. Ready to get started? Just copy the template.
And enjoy a sign-in bonus.
To help smooth the bridge between Coda and Teams, we’ve also added the ability to login to Coda with your Microsoft credentials.