Slack works with many of the Microsoft tools and services you already use every day. Learn how to connect them to Slack so you have everything in one place.
Outlook email add-in
By sending emails to a Slack workspace with the Microsoft Outlook email add-in, you can bring important context out of siloed inboxes, facilitate collaboration between teammates, and make relevant information visible to all stakeholders.
With the Outlook Calendar app for Slack, you can stay on top of your 365 Outlook Calendar right from your workspace. Automatically update your Slack status, join video calls, respond to event notifications, see when event details change, and more.
Manage and host your files in the cloud with OneDrive or SharePoint, then share your files in Slack to add context to your discussions in channels. Your files will still be stored in the cloud, but you can easily search and preview them in Slack.
Use Azure Active Directory to manage the access and identity of your members in Slack. Connect the Azure Active Directory app for Slack to provision and manage members' accounts within the Azure portal.
Keep track of work activity in your Azure Boards projects without leaving Slack. By linking a channel to a project, you can receive notifications when you're assigned work and create new work items directly from Slack.
Azure Pipelines enables you to build code and easily share your projects with others. With the Azure Pipelines app for Slack, you can create and manage subscriptions for completed builds, releases, and pending approvals, plus get notifications for these updates in channels.
Monitor your Azure Repos repository activity in a Slack channel and get notifications whenever code is checked in or pushed. You'll also see previews of pull requests that can help keep your conversations about code on the right track.