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    Gregory Vinyard commented  · 

    I added this feature to my company's Teams. It's very simple. Just go in to App Studio in Teams and create a new bot. Call it "Notes" or something. Add an icon for it if you want. Then download the manifest file and install it.

    There is zero programming to this. There is no "bot" on the back-end. All you do is create a manifest file using the point and click wizard in Teams App Studio and add some icons.

    Now you have a bot with no brain. All you can do is send messages to it and it does nothing. This is exactly what you want. Now you can send messages to your "Notes" bot and they will be there for reference the next time you access the bot. You can pin the chat, or add the bot to your left hand menu for easy access.

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