Quickly access knowledge and capture it for reuse within Microsoft Teams
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A native Stack Overflow for Teams experience within Microsoft Teams
The out-of-the-box Microsoft Teams integration empowers users to access the organization’s collective knowledge to solve blockages without switching between applications or disrupting team members.
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How it works
Minimize context switching by asking the channel bot or using the message extension to search Stack Overflow for Teams.
Use the channel tab to access Questions or Articles that can be filtered by tags that are applicable to the channel.
Capture knowledge and solutions for reuse
from within Microsoft Teams
Convert a post within Microsoft Teams to a question within Stack Overflow for Teams using the messaging extension.
Stay up-to-date with automated notifications
Set up tag-based push notifications to share new questions, answers, and comments directly to Microsoft Team.
Resolve blockers faster using knowledge
within the personal app
Access critical solutions including bookmarks, Questions, and Articles without having to leave the personal app within Microsoft Teams.
Why companies use Stack Overflow for Teams alongside Microsoft Teams
Help teams work more productively and stay focused
Users find what they need to resolve issues faster, without interruptions.
Build a personalized and robust knowledge repository
Capture knowledge that used to get lost in chat, and get teams talking about it.
Stay up-to-date whenever new information is available
Never miss a beat with automated notifications for new knowledge and updates.
Create an oasis of knowledge within a personal app
Get quick access to tailored solutions and content that helps you resolve issues.
With the integrations between Microsoft Teams and Stack Overflow [for Teams], I’m excited to have one place that I can see my question within an area that I already do my work today—
Laura MacLeod, Program Manager, Developer Services DivisionWatch video case study