Channel Web Part

Teams Web Part Screenshot
  • Embed Channel content from Microsoft Teams in a sharePoint page
  • keep users informed without having to leave sharePoint
  • Interactive - post and reply from Sharepoint 
  • easy to configure and add to any page
  • SPFX modern web Part Powered by Microsoft Graph API
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per Tenant  per Year

Enhance your homepage with dynamic content

Useful for org wide homepages or hub landing pages

Adds dynamic data to landing pages 

Add multiple instances to include several channels to a page

Teams Web Part Screenshot 2

Embed conversations on any page

Include channel conversations within SharePoint pages 

Post and reply directly from SharePoint

Respects team membership to ensure content isn't shared where it shouldn't be

Works in Communication and Team sites.

ReadOnly Teams conversations in SharePoint

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the teams web part do?

It lets you embed a Microsoft Teams channel in the site page of your choice. Just add the web part, select the team and channel and it shows to all users with access to that team. 

What about users that are not members of the team?

Permissions are respected - if a user is not a member of the team then the web part will not show the conversation content. 

How do I install the teams web part?

The Teams solution will be provided to you as an ".sppkg" file. This file needs to be deployed in the tenant App Catalog. This web part requires API permissions via the SharePoint administration portal.
An administrator will need to deploy this solution for it to be available in your site collection. Once this is done simply edit a modern page and add the Web Part.

How do I configure the web part?

The page author needs to choose the team and one of its channels in the web part property panel.  Click on edit web properties and add in information on the team and channel as well as your license key .

How does licensing work?

The web part will automatically check for a valid licence using our web service. Each licence is tied to a specific tenant. At the end of the 30 day free trial an annual licence will have to be purchased. See below for pricing.