Connect Microsoft products with Slack

Slack is most useful when you and your teammates are connected to the tools you work with every day; fortunately, we have apps and integrations for nearly every tool you can think of. If you use Microsoft products, take a tour of the available Slack apps and integrations.


OneDrive app for Slack

OneDrive is Microsoft’s solution for hosting and managing all of your files in the cloud. Sharing your OneDrive files in Slack brings conversations and content together in one convenient place. Best of all, the OneDrive files you share in Slack will be fully searchable.

You can install the OneDrive app from the Slack App Directory.


Azure Active Directory integration

Azure Active Directory (aka Azure AD) is a fully managed multi-tenant service from Microsoft that offers identity and access capabilities. Using the Azure AD integration for Slack, you can provision and manage Slack accounts within the Azure portal.

Learn more about Azure AD and how to set up SAML single sign-on with Slack. 


Visual Studio Team Services app for Slack

Microsoft Visual Studio is an integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft. The Visual Studio app posts notifications in a Slack channel when the following events occur within your project:

  • A build is completed, code is pushed, or a code request is updated
  • A team room message is posted
  • A work item is commented on, created or updated

Check out Slack's App Directory to install Visual Studio


Microsoft Flow Slack templates

Microsoft Flow is a service which makes it practical and simple for line-of-business users to build workflows that automate time-consuming business tasks and processes across applications and services. Using a Slack template you can connect Slack with Microsoft products like Office 365 email, Sharepoint, and more.

Explore the Slack templates to get started. 

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