We’ve heard you and we’ve delivered, the Microsoft Teams C# sample app is here! This sample app will give you all the tools you need to start developing for Microsoft Teams. The sample app has two goals: To show you different examples of how an app can integrate into Teams.To give you a starting point of patterns, examples, and tools that can be used as a template for creating a larger.
- Microsoft Teams applications are the secret sauce that Microsoft uses to enhance the user experience and bring all the different aspects of the Office 365 toolset. Apps make it easier to not have to leave Teams to get the work you need to get done, done.
- Prior to creating a team, you should perform a search to see if the team you wish to create for the given project or topic already exists in Microsoft Teams. You want to avoid creating duplicate teams with the same members covering the same project or topic. If the team exists and is public, you can join the team and browse the content.
- The Microsoft Teams app doesn’t currently do any duplicate checking for names – so you can easily create, for example, two Marketing Teams. Behind the scenes, the two Teams will have different.
- Microsoft Teams, the hub for team collaboration in Microsoft 365, integrates the people, content, and tools your team needs to be more engaged and effective.
Here you will find a list of tutorials that demonstrate how you can extend the Teams developer platform capabilities by creating custom apps.
Microsoft Teams Example Pages
Getting started with Microsoft Learn
Microsoft Teams Powershell Examples
|Tabs — embedded web experiences||Create embedded web experiences with tabs for Microsoft Teams|
|Webhooks and connectors||Connect web services to Microsoft Teams with webhooks and Office 365 Connectors|
|Messaging extensions||Task-oriented interactions in Microsoft Teams with messaging extensions|
|Task modules||Collect input in Microsoft Teams with Task Modules|
|Conversational bots||Create interactive conversational bots for Microsoft Teams|