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Microsoft Teams Integration

Add Beenote to Teams

1. To use Beenote with Teams*, you have to add it by going to the Apps tab.

teams apps tab

* To use this integration with Microsoft Teams, you must have an online account such as Microsoft 365, Live, Hotmail or a domain related to Microsoft but not limited to this list.

2. In the search box, enter Beenote or you can find Beenote in the Communication, Productivity or Project Management section.

search beenote

Click on the Beenote logo and a window will open. Press Add to add Beenote to your team.

beenote-add-apps-tab

The Beenote logo will be added to the left menu. (1) You can also find it under the 3 small dots. (2) By clicking on the Beenote icon with the right mouse button, you can also anchor it to the left menu bar to find Beenote quickly.

Beenote will be added to the team you have determined. But you can add it by using the + (3) in the main menu under your team.

beenote-add-apps-tab

 

Restriction:

Your organization may restrict access to Apps offered by Microsoft.

You will therefore not have access to the Apps tab of Teams or during your search, you will only see products offered by Microsoft.

To use Beenote, you will need to log in with your email address and a password from your web browser. You will not be able to use Beenote within Teams unless you request it from the appropriate person in your company.

 

Using Beenote with Teams

1.To get started, you need to create an account using the Sign Up with Microsoft button or log into your Beenote account using the Log in with Microsoft button.

2.Once in Beenote, go to Account Settings (menu in the top right corner) and click on Integration.
3.Click the Enable button.

enable-microsoft

Beenote is now synchronized with Teams, as well as with the Outlook calendar and To Do.

 

You can start using Beenote now.

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