Microsoft Teams embedded chat in Dynamics 365 – the long-awaited feature is now available!
This new feature is part of the 2021 release wave 2. Microsoft Teams chat now be embedded directly in the Dynamics 365 interface enabling users to link chats with internal or external contacts in a Dynamics 365 record without switching applications.
In addition to the ability to chat with colleagues both in and outside of a work project, the new functionality includes linking messages to specific Dynamics 365 records or cases and assigning individual conversations to specific work projects.
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