Microsoft Teams RPA

Get instant notifications inside Microsoft Teams when changes are made to tasks in Restya Core.

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What is a Microsoft Teams?

Microsoft Teams is a proprietary business communication platform developed by Microsoft, as part of the Microsoft 365 family of products. Teams primarily compete with the similar service Slack, offering workspace chat and videoconferencing file storage, and application integration



Restya Core and Microsoft Teamwork beautifully together. However, add automation and you have a game-changer. Reduce the noise in Microsoft Team, spend less time searching for tasks in Restya Core and add more transparency.

Microsoft Team + Restya Core

Restya Core with Microsoft Teams makes collaboration and communication over the backlog easy and smooth. Create tabs with tasks and track and discuss your team’s progress in your channel without leaving Microsoft Teams.

Automate your processes by combining Rules and Microsoft Teams

Reduce manual work by using Rules with Restya Core for Microsoft Teams. With Rules, you can automatically send a message to a Slack channel or individual teammate based on a trigger in Restya Core. Rules make it easy to set up customizable processes and increase team agility.

Ways to use the Restya Core for Microsoft Teams Integration

Step 1

In Microsoft Teams, choose More options (…) next to the channel name and choose Connectors.

Step 2

From the list of connectors, create an incoming webhook.

Step 3

Copy the webhook URL and paste the URL in the Send Microsoft Teams message action.

Restya Core with Microsoft Teams makes collaboration and communication over the backlog easy and smooth. Create tabs with tasks and track and discuss your team’s progress in your channel without leaving Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Team RPA helps to automate to transfer the restya core task status to Microsoft team that helps your team stay organized and have conversations—all in one place

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