Microsoft Teams will soon have LinkedIn and OneDrive integration
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(Pocket-lint) – Microsoft is working on further updates for Microsoft Teams which include new integrations with LinkedIn and OneDrive. The company is regularly working on updating Teams to make it more user-friendly, now the Microsoft 365 roadmap shows that more is to come.
One of these planned updates includes smart integration with LinkedIn. This will allow Microsoft Teams users to see their colleague’s LinkedIn profile during a one-to-one conversation. This will clearly be useful when the users are part of a large organization and some experience will be useful for meetings or team building.
This integration should add a LinkedIn tab to the chat panel for at-a-glance information on all the important things you would normally see on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is a Microsoft product after all, so this integration makes perfect sense and will be a welcome addition to many.
Along with this change, Microsoft is also working on tighter integration with OneDrive. If you’re using OneDrive for business, you’ll be able to see your files more easily.
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Microsoft says in OneDrive it is adding a “Your Teams” section that will allow users to easily find and work with all files in Microsoft Teams. This will come in handy when you’ve shared files in Teams, but forgot where they were originally shared and need to check them out again.
These changes are currently on the roadmap and are expected to happen sometime in April 2022.
Written by Adrian Willings.