Create Team from existing SharePoint site, and other requests
1 User Request on SharePoint:
Enable integration of Microsoft Teams to an existing SharePoint site rather than to always create a new site collection
There have been a few ideas raised on integrating lists, OneNote, document libraries, etc. from an existing SharePoint site with Microsoft Teams, but in summary, it will be best if we could create a team upon on existing site, so that the "Files" and "Notes" tabs would directly reference the existing document library and OneNote in SharePoint. It does not make sense to have two separate sites: one for all the usual SharePoint stuff, and another just for Microsoft Teams.
2: Link to Existing SharePoint Sites
Trying to link my Team up to an existing SharePoint site - only seem to be able to link to individual folders rather than the whole document library, meaning that if i want all folders on the Team i need to create multiple tabs to get this. Would be good to link to a whole document library rather than one folder.
3: Other Asks
Post Team chat to SP microfeed
Connect team sites onenote if available (replace default notes)
Add links to existing document libraries (replace default files)
Add links to existing lists
Add support for SharePoint taxonomy and managed metadata, SharePoint views etc :D
This feature request is working its way through the backlog queue. No new details are available yet.
Syeda Shapna commented
This is what i am exactly looking for this morning!! Can't wait to have this feature!!
This wonder be a great enhancement!
Please let us know if you have a completion date estimate?
Any updates? This will save a ton of time for many. BTW, someone here offered using Hub Sites as an option to make this work, but you need to be an Admin to attempt this method.
Jenkins nS commented
Please provide an update on this request
this should be an easy fix. please prioritize.
Fran Fernandez commented
this is a really interesting feature
Team, it feels like this should already be a thing, any chance it could be escalated up the list?
One option is create a new team site from MS Team and convert it to Hub site. Connect all existing SP site to this hub site. This way all sites will be under same umbrella as well as MS Team.
Tim Presland commented
Any ETA please? It's such a simple request and it's killing the user experience for my customers. All that is needed to an OPTION to select an existing sharepoint site when creating the Teams.
Joseph Werner commented
This will be a game changer for Teams and SharePoint in my view as it will support a seamless experience between a well planned, modern SharePoint intranet (i.e. communications sites, hub-sites) and corresponding Teams for departments and/or programs. High praises for both the Teams and SharePoint teams for all the excellent new features in the past few years. Really great work!
Please provide an update on this request. It is obviously hot on peoples shopping list for fully migrating to the use of Teams.
Jess Law commented
Any update on this?
This stifles adoption to Teams.
I would love to know where this stands. If Microsoft wants us to start using Teams then they need to help us migrate from SharePoint teams to Office 365 Teams. The current option to link an Office 365 Team site to SharePoint keeps all of the files in SharePoint. Basically creating two separate place3s for people to go to in order to get their files. What's needed is a way to migrate an entire SharePoint team site into Office 365 Teams so we can delete the SharePoint team site.
Would really appreciate an update on this one. It's getting harder and harder to manage our enterprise as we're seeing a proliferation of sites because different apps are automatically creating them, E.g Teams, Project Online, meaning sometimes we end up with 3 sites when we need just one.
We need a clear path to avoid user and admin confusion.
So many things are on back-log now - you are Microsoft, I hope you don't struggle for money to hire real developers to, you know, do some tangible work?
This is a must, Please can you let us know when we will get it.