Microsoft announced this morning at its Build 2017 conference that all developers can now publish their Microsoft Teams applications through the Office Store. The apps will be surfaced in Teams through a new discover apps experience, the company also said.
At the event, Microsoft also demoed a handful of Teams features, including its support for tabs, its companion mobile app, integrations with Cortana, as well as the way it’s able to work with bots and other connectors.
The company’s goal with Teams is to offer its own competitor to Slack, but one that’s designed to work with Microsoft’s other applications – like Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote, SharePoint and Power BI – as well as some 150 integrations with third-party services often used in a corporate environment, like those from Asana, Hootsuite, Zendesk, and more.
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