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Complete list of Office 365 Connectors for Groups

Office 365 Connectors for Groups provide a way to pull in information from various sources such as Twitter, GitHub, UserVoice, and Trello.  Office 365 Connectors deliver external content straight to the inbox of your Office 365 Group.  Last fall, I talked about how to use Office 365 Connectors while they were in preview.  However, now they are available for customers with tenants in First Release. 

Now, there are over 50 Office 365 Connectors available.  Many for services I have never heard of (maybe you have).  Here is the complete list (as of now):

  • Aha! – Manage work with a visual roadmap.
  • Airbrake – Captures errors and aggregates the results for developer review.
  • Alerts by MarketSpace – Company monitoring for marketing, PR, development and investment teams.
  • AppSignal – Track throughput, response times, and error rates in your apps.
  • Asana – Task and Project Management.
  • BeanStalk – A code hosting workflow
  • Bing News – Search news for your work and personalize email update.
  • BitBucket – Manage and collaborate on your code projects.
  • Biztera – Biztera simplifies decision-making with cloud software that streamlines approval workflows
  • BMC TrueSight Pulse (Boundary) – Monitor cloud and server infrastructure with real-time visibility.
  • Brandfolder – Gain great controls of your brand assets, all from Office 365.
  • Bugsnap – Track issues for your web and mobile apps.
  • Buildkite – Smart automation for your software development processes
  • Caller Zen – Create an SMS call center in seconds.
  • Chatra – Modern Live Chat Software.
  • CircleCl – Build, test, and deploy software continuously.
  • Clearlogin – Integrate Clearlogin with your GroupMail to receive real time notifications about use activity.
  • Cloud 66 – Build, deploy, and manage applications.
  • Codeship – Automate the workflow for development and deployment.
  • Crashlytics – Track errors in mobile apps.
  • Datadog – for Dynamics CRM
  • Delighted – The fastest way to gather actionable feedback from your customers.
  • Dynamics CRM Online – Manager your customer sales, marketing, and service relationships.
  • Enchant – Provide customer support with chat and email.
  • Envoy – The new standard for visitor registration
  • GhostInspector – Build or record automated testes for your web site.
  • GitHub – Manage and collaborate on code projects.
  • GoSquared – Simple, yet powerful analytics for your online business
  • Groove – Provide customer support with tem collaboration.
  • HelpScout – Provide customer support through email messages.
  • Heroku – Build and run applications in the cloud.
  • HoneyBadger – Exception and uptime monitoring for your web apps
  • Incoming Webhook – Send data from a service to your Office 365 group in real time (this is how you can bring in your own data to Office 365 groups)
  • IQBoxy – Intelligent Expense Management with Real-Time Receipt Processing and Expense Reports
  • JIRA – Gather, organize, and assign issues detected in your software.
  • JustReply – Simple time tracking for teams.
  • Librato – Real-Time Cloud Monitoring
  • Logentries – Search and monitor log data from any environment.
  • Magnum Cl – Build, test, and deploy software continuously.
  • MailChimp – Email marketing service
  • MeisterTask – An intuitive task management and collaboration tool for agile projects
  • OpsGenie – Alert and Notification solution
  • PagerDuty – Track and manage incidents, and define escalation policies.
  • Papertrail – Track and manage incidents and downtime issues.
  • Pingdom – Track uptime/downtime and performance of web sites.
  • Pivotal Tracker – Track progress in agile projects.
  • Raygun – Monitor crashes in web and mobile apps.
  • RSS – Get RSS feeds for your group.
  • Runscope – Log, monitor, and measure your API usage.
  • Salesforce – Manage sales opportunities
  • Sentry – Capture and aggregate exceptions in code.
  • Stack Overflow – Follow tagged questions and provide answers.
  • StatusPage.io – Statues page for App or Website
  • Subversion – An open-source revision control system
  • TestFairy – Test mobile apps and retrace events that precipitate errors.
  • Travis Cl – Run tests and deploy apps.
  • Trello – Manage to-do lists and tasks all in one place.
  • Twitter – Received messages called Tweets.
  • UserLike – Provide live chat support for web sites and mobile apps.
  • UserVoice – Product management and customer support tool.
  • WakaTime – Get updates about your team’s daily coding activity from GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket.
  • Wunderlist – Organize and share your to-do lists.
  • Yo – Communicate with others in simple fashion.
  • Zendesk – Zendesk brings companies and their customers closer together.
  • ZootRock – Curated Content in your niche to share to your Groups.

As you can see that is quite a list of Office 365 Connectors.  Are there any in that list that you will find useful?  Is there anything you wish was on the list?

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