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How does the Microsoft Teams integration work?
How does the Microsoft Teams integration work?

Learn more about setting up and using the BlueTally Microsoft Teams integration

Updated over a week ago

BlueTally seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Teams, allowing you to receive notifications directly in any Teams channel of your choice.

Setup

To set up the Microsoft Teams integration, please refer to our comprehensive setup guide here. It includes screenshots and detailed instructions to help you effortlessly configure the integration in a few minutes.

Configuration

After completing the integration setup, you can choose the types of notifications you want to receive in your Teams channel. Simply go to your BlueTally account settings and click on the Microsoft Teams section:

Here is the complete list of notifications you can receive in Teams:

  • Check-in/out: When someone checks an asset, accessory, consumable, component or license in or out:

    • X checked out Y to Z

  • Low Stock: When the available amount of an accessory, category (asset), component, consumable or product (asset) goes below its specified minimum quantity threshold:

    • There is only X available of Y, which is below the minimum of Minimum Quantity

  • License Expiry: When a license has expired, or is expiring according to the License Expiry intervals set under Notification Intervals in your BlueTally account settings:

    • License X is expiring in Y days

  • Warranty Expiry: When an asset's warranty has expired, or is expiring according to the Warranty Expiry intervals set under Notification Intervals in your BlueTally account settings:

    • The warranty of asset X is expiring in Y days

  • Asset Audit: When an asset's audit is due, or is upcoming according to the Asset Audit intervals set under Notification Intervals in your BlueTally account settings:

    • Asset X has an audit due in Y days

  • Asset Due Back: When the expected return date of a deployed asset has been reached, or is upcoming according to the Asset Due Back intervals set under Notification Intervals in your BlueTally account settings:

    • Asset X is due back from Y in Z days

  • Accessory Due Back: When the expected return date of a checked out accessory has been reached, or is upcoming according to the Accessory Due Back intervals set under Notification Intervals in your BlueTally account settings:

    • Accessory X is due back from Y in Z days

  • License Due Back: When the expected return date of a checked out license has been reached, or is upcoming according to the License Due Back intervals set under Notification Intervals in your BlueTally account settings:

    • License X is due back from Y in Z days

  • End of Life: When an asset's End of Life date has been reached, or is upcoming according to the End of Life intervals set under Notification Intervals in your BlueTally account settings:

    • Asset X will reach its end of life date in Y days

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I receive notifications in multiple Teams channels, or the different notification types to different Teams channels?

Unfortunately not, we currently only support one Teams channel per BlueTally account, although we are considering adding support for multiple channels.

Will I receive check-in/out notifications when any of the MDM integrations (Intune, Jamf or Kandji) or the Excel Import checks assets in/out?

Unfortunately not, notifications on check-in/out are currently limited to actions through the UI or through our REST API.

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