14 August 2021
We are excited to announce that the Attensa Connector for Microsoft Teams is available for all organizations. You can get it now HERE in Microsoft App Source. If you are signed into Teams, you can install the Connector directly HERE.
The Attensa Connector for Teams enables seamless integration between Microsoft Teams and Attensa. Using Attensa, news and information Briefings can be customized to match the needs of any Team Channel and delivered automatically. This keeps members informed on the topics that are relevant to their work and improves productivity by eliminating time-consuming and often unproductive information gathering.
Microsoft Teams has experienced rapid adoption across organizations of all sizes. In partnering with Microsoft to offer the Attensa Connector our goal is to help teams and organizations more effectively utilize the wealth of information and knowledge available today while working inside of Teams.
Keeping up to date does not have to be so hard
We all face the daunting task of keeping up with the information that is important to our work and our lives. As our work becomes more connected the challenge increases. More sources to keep track of, more places to check, and more time required to sort out what is relevant to us. Attensa changes the paradigm by combining sources chosen based on their relevance to your desired topic, then refining the flow of information to match your specific areas of interest. As new and relevant information becomes available, your personalized Attensa Briefing summarizes it for you.
Now with the Teams Connector, Briefings on topics relevant to the channel can be delivered inside Teams to keep everyone in the channel informed.
We have made it easy to get started even if you do not have an Attensa account. Simply install the Connector and you will have the option to create Briefings using topics from Attensa's Topic Center for free. If you have your own Attensa workspace you can easily connect to it.
The Attensa Connector for Teams is available free in Microsoft App Source. To learn more visit our Teams Connector page.
Give it a try and let us know what you think.