Microsoft Teams Integration

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Microsoft Teams Integration

Microsoft Teams is the ultimate messaging app for your organization—a workspace for real-time collaboration and communication, meetings, file and app sharing, and even the occasional emoji! All in one place, all in the open, all accessible to everyone. With Bynder’s Microsoft (MS) Teams integration, you are able to instantly turn changes made within your Bynder DAM into messages in MS Teams so everyone will have the most up-to-date information. You’ll be able to work from both platforms and stay synchronized!

How to enable Microsoft Teams Integration?

Contact your Customer Success Manager to learn more about Microsoft (MS) Teams Integration.

Who can set up the integration?

Manage permission profiles

How to set up the integration

  1. Navigate to settings-icon.png Settings > Advanced settings > Portal settings

  2. Click Browse Integrations in the left sidebar, then Configure in the Microsoft Office Connector section.

  3. Enter a Name for this configuration.

  4. Select New authentication to add your Bynder domain, which is the URL of your Bynder DAM and a Permanent Token.

    • Setup will require a Bynder permanent token with read/write assets and read/write metaproperties. Learn more about Permanent Tokens here.

  5. Click Next

  6. Add your contact email address. You’ll receive an email once the configuration is complete.

  7. Enter your Timezone to use in the messages (only one Timezone allowed).

  8. Click Next

  9. Click new authentication to connect your Microsoft Team account.

    • Once connected, you will be directed to the Microsoft Team login page.

    • When notifications are sent, the user authenticated here will appear as the sender.

  10. In the dropdown, select the Microsoft Team channel, group that will receive notifications.

    • As of now, you cannot select one individual to receive notifications however you can create a group comprised of one individual who you would like to receive notifications. 
  11. If you would like notifications sent at an interval, enter a time interval. Add the interval number and select the unit (minutes, hours, days, weeks, months).


    While you are required to enter an interval and unit, if you want all available notifications sent in real-time, check all options for the notification types in the step below.

  12. Check the box next to the notification types (Asset upload, delete, metaproperty update, new version, archive)  that you would like to be sent in real-time.


    Types that are not selected will be sent in batches at intervals specified in the previous step.

  13. Click Save

Edit the integration

If you would like to disable the integration, update your Microsoft Teams channel, or edit the time intervals, you can edit the configuration.

  1. Navigate to settings-icon.png Settings > Advanced settings > Portal settings

  2. Click Active Integrations in the left sidebar, then Edit in the section of the connection that you would like to update.

  3. Make your changes, then click Save.


If a new version of an asset is uploaded, will the Microsoft Teams notification include that person’s name?

No, at this time the only time you see a person’s name is if they upload a new asset.

What types of notifications can I enable?

Depending on the configuration you will be notified when an asset has been uploaded, deleted, metaproperty updated, new version created, archived. (Collections are not yet available).

Can I configure more than one Microsoft Teams channel?

Yes, you would need to create an additional configuration by following the steps on how to set up the integration and selecting the additional channel/ user that you want to receive notifications.

Can I make changes to my assets from within Microsoft Teams?

No, at this time, you cannot make changes to your assets from within Microsoft Teams.

What if I want to have all of my notifications sent in real-time versus in intervals?

Even though it is required to include a time interval in the configuration, by checking all of the notification types, you will automatically receive notifications in real-time.

Can I select one person to receive notifications in MS Teams?

As of now, you cannot select one individual in Teams to receive notifications, you can only select a group or channel. If you would like to send notifications to one person you can create a group with that individual and configure the group. 


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