You can integrate Zoom Team Chat with Microsoft SharePoint to create files directly from a chat channel using the Office 365 suite, have it automatically uploaded to SharePoint, and click to co-author Office 365 documents. You can configure this integration by authenticating an account and enabling Zoom Team Chat cloud storage with SharePoint. You can also choose, re-authenticate, or remove the account that you want to be authenticated.
The existing file upload integration was limited to sharing files in meetings and in Zoom Team Chat, while this new integration allows for Microsoft SharePoint cloud storage to become the default file storage location for channel files. Both integrations can be enabled, however separate authentication for each integration is required at this time.
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Note: Before you can authenticate an account and enable cloud chat storage with Microsoft SharePoint, ensure that your admin has enabled the SharePoint cloud integration.
To enable chat cloud storage with SharePoint for your own use:
After you authenticate your account and enable chat cloud storage with Microsoft SharePoint, you can unlink your account.
After unlinking, you will need to re-authenticate to access stored files.
After you unlink an existing account, you can re-authenticate to sign in with a different account.