Upload a file to Teams directly from a desktop Office application
When I am creating a new file in an Office document I want there to be an option in the "Save as" location, to save to an Microsoft Team, similar to how there are options to save to your OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, and This PC locations. Right now I either have to remember to create the file from Teams or to create the file on my PC and then upload it manually to Teams.
This request has been accepted by the feature team and is now on the backlog. I’ll keep you posted as it moves through the development process.
Lynee Vela commented
How do I add a MS Teams folder to the 'Frequent' section in Sites? The one showing is one that I rarely use and I don't know how to replace it with the one I do you, or add the one I use.
on the backlog since 07/08/2018? Any news?
Any update on this one? Thank you.
Has there been any progress with this feature? Also, has there been any further progress with being able to drop and drag an email attachment in Outlook directly into Microsoft Teams?
Your Teams sites show up under Sites with the SharePoint logo. This functionality already exists, there is just no indication that it is "Microsoft Teams" since files in Teams are really just a SharePoint site.
Philip Jennings commented
Ridiculous!! Surely this is what file sharing is all about. Easy transfer of files between Office apps to save time. I have spent ages trying to figure it out with no luck and no real explanations why or solutions. Please fix it
what's the status please?
Come on and get this sorted.
Janna Ekholm commented
We are still stuck with the most recent SharePoint sites list to get access to save to a Team. But I'd rather not get in to that when selling the pros of Teams. A quick link to scroll My Teams/channels is required! Preferably yesterday...
What's the status?
Any updates on this? We're trying to get our users to adopt Teams, but this is holding it up.
You can save to Teams from Word if you Copy the SharePoint link from Teams under the Tab you plan to use and then open up Word and go to Save As. You will need to select your Site and paste the link into the Address Bar.
what is the status?
Tristan Floor commented
We need this. Saving files directly in team channels from every open/save dialog in explorer or office apps.
This way you can have teams as a single point of file share. Get rid of driveletter file shares and not putting files on places outside the teams channels. As y go u can simply do by accident right now when mapping sharepoint sites to explorer.
Coming up to a year since the backlog comment was made.
Any update on when this feature, which would remove a lot of user frustration and help drive user adoption, will be available
I'm not sure if I understand this. I use MS Office 365 and use MS Teams but I can not take a file from an e-mail and put it directly into teams?
I would love to meet that program compatibility team that designed this.
The "Upload" option, which allows you to save email attachments to an O365 Group was semi-useful but now O365 Groups are now hidden from Outlook-> Groups. Prior to this feature when you created a Team the creation of the O365 Group was visible in Outlook->Groups.
The -hidden feature was added to avoid confusion, i.e. "where do I save my attachment, to the Group or the Team?" but in reality has now hamstrung Teams adoption unless you go in via PowerShell and change the -hidden option.
The use case "Save Attachment to Team" seems like such a basic thing (I understand that it may be a pain from a coding perspective but to not have this feature and with the only true work around to save the file locally, open up your Team and drag the file into it, just causes users to continue to use email as their storage area for files/attachments).
Backlog communication was July 8. Please communicate when this will be done.
Narendra Vasan commented
Please let us know if this feature has been implemented in Teams. This would be an amazing feature where user can save his files directly to teams. Right now, they are saving to desktop & drag & drop to teams which is tedious.
Archi van Rijen commented
Saving attachments from Outlook Online directly to Teams is an absolute must-have.
Jeroen Huylebroeck commented
Great question that will help drive user adoption!