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Microsoft Teams, is planning to add new features for its Slack Competitor. The company is planning to let Team users access Cloud Storage apps via the Teams apps along with Microsoft’s own OneDrive for Business Service.

The new option has been listed on Microsoft’s Office 365 Roadmap website. This was revealed by a separate post on the Office 365 portal that the new cloud storage option will be rolling out to users by end of June.

With the Cloud Storage Option, users will be able to upload/share files from additional cloud storage services in Microsoft Teams channels and chats. The company plans to enable this feature by default and users will be able to have more control by easily configuring Office 365 Admin Center.

By enabling the specific cloud based services the company plans to give more flexibility to allow organisations to choose options they need to use.


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