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    This feature request is working its way through the backlog queue. No new details are available yet.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I found an option in Teams to create a Team from an existing Office365 Group. But, it creates a new Team with the members and logo of the Group--and an empty General tab! If that function would also adopt the Group's SharePoint site instead of creating a new, empty SharePoint site in the General tab, that would provide the functionality I am looking for.

    As it currently functions, it's more confusing. Now I have a Team with an empty General tab, and a separate SharePoint site with same name and Group membership that contains the documents for the Group--but is not connected to the Team! This is crazy.

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    This basic functionality should be available by now as I am sure there are many like my company with large legacy SharePoint collections who are balking at moving to Teams because of this limitation. Lack of this capability blocks our adoption of Teams.

    The comments contain multiple ways to accomplish this functionality, from selecting an existing SharePoint site when creating a Team, to pointing a new Team's SharePoint site to an existing SharePoint and others. How about just allowing us to remove the General tab (or even slide it to the right so it's not the primary tab) and place an existing SharePoint site as the first tab?

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Want to progress from a SharePoint-centered project model to Teams. Need to connect many existing SharePoint project sites to new Teams. Otherwise, we don't implement Teams.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This would be extremely useful, as Channels within a Team are much better for our standard work format: Create a proposal, keep it around until sales has completed it, then Archive it because sometimes questions come up.

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