Hi everyone! I’ve been searching forums for an answer but no luck so far, so hoping someone here can help me!
I have some documents on a SharePoint site that is accessible to my whole business. I want to be able to share individual documents with different teams via Teams (on a particular channel). I want to share the doc rather than a link so that it’s available via the Teams site, but is there a way to link the SharePoint version and the Teams version so that when the doc is updated on SharePoint, it’s also updated in the Teams version? It’s seems when I ‘copy’ the doc between the two sites, it’s does just that, adds a ‘copy’ rather than linking the docs.
Is this possible?
Or might there be a way to automate it to replace the Team version every time the SharePoint version is updated?
Thank you, I think that’s a really good suggestion and a possibility for this but it looks like it links to the whole document library rather than a specific folder or document- any idea if it’s possible to drill down to a doc or folder? (I know from experience that if people need to hunt for something they’ll give up!)
Would be great if there was a way for the documents to appear in the files tab and still be linked to SharePoint - anyone know if that’s possible?
With this tab, you can only link a library unfortunately, but you can use the website tab to link to a folder within the library.
Another way is to just share a folder to people and they can work from there! You can also build a link list with the Lists tab in teams! That way you can name the documents and have the direct links ( if they have access ) or the sharing links