We know that it can be challenging bouncing between different tools. That's why we've built a MS Teams integration so you can add to your Fellow notes without ever leaving MS Teams.

Here things that you can do with the Integration:

Fellow tab

Within a Teams Channel, you'll have the option to add a Fellow tab.

This lets users create a shared stream (or select an existing stream) that will always be available within that tab.

For example, if you have a teams channel for a group project then you can link a shared to-do list of sorts to keep everyone on track. Which includes action items, due dates, and a history of all earlier notes.

Similar to Slack, there’s an option in the “Send Notes” modal which lets you choose a channel or user to send a Fellow note to. This can help make MS Teams the place to send/share meeting agendas - which may prompt your team to contribute their own talking points.

If you paste a link to a Fellow note in one of your messages, the note will unfurl and provide more information about that note.

Add Action Items and Talking Points Straight from Slack

See a post that prompts more convos

When someone posts something that needs further discussion, you can directly add it to a Fellow note, like a meeting note, 1-on-1, or shared stream. This way you won't forget about it, and you'll have time to discuss the issue.

Drop yourself a note directly from Teams to Streams

If you have a random thought while using MS Teams, use the Fellow icon at the bottom of the text box to post a thought directly into Fellow. You can even make it a talking point or action item.

Either way, choose the name of the stream/meeting that you would like the note to go

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