MS Teams integration is here

It's been a long time coming but we're so delighted to make uman.ai available to the 75 million(!) daily active users.

Jasper, Co-founder

Published on Jul 10, 2020

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It's here, it's finally here!

Regardless of where you work, there's no denying in the absolute surge in popularity of Microsofts latest addition to their Office 365 suite: Microsoft Teams.

It's an exquisite piece of software and allows smooth and immediate communication.

But if it's such a great thing, why a plugin?

It's not all that great though. Sure, you can get immediate answers, but issues start popping up quite soon after using it on a larger scale.

Some of the most frequent ones:

  • 😎 Knowledge shared in MS Teams is very quickly becoming out of sight, out of mind. The scrollbar isn't kind to shared information.
  • 🕵️‍♀️ It's difficult to search in MS Teams and it's not at all your "default" approach to find information.
  • 🔁 A lot of questions in MS Teams are answered over & over again. Putting a serious bottleneck on experts.
  • 🎁 It's not always clear what the results of sharing content really are. Some more insights in what the engagement is would be great.

MS Teams, made even better.

There's a solution to all of this. And it's called the uman.ai MS Teams app.

Just like we did with the browser and with Slack, we're now making MS Teams another great asset to really double-down on your learning in the flow of work.

Announcing our MS Teams plugin

That's why we're happy to announce that our uman.ai Teams app is now available to all clients in the Team-plan. Contact us for more info.

How does it work?

  1. Someone in the team shares a great link for everyone to enjoy
  2. When you tag @uman.ai in this conversation, it's being added to the collective brain
  3. From then on, this piece of knowledge will now be part of all suggestions in the flow of work (eg. as suggested content when using Google Search)

A nice extra: you also gain fresh insights in how your content is performing in terms of views, saves and when it's being "added to a collection".

How neat is that?

Interested in a short demo?

Of course talking about it is one thing, but really showing how it could work within your company is where this really shines.

Please join us in a free learning audit to really dive deeper into learning for remote teams and how to get the most value out of MS Teams.