They're integrated with Office 365 Groups and take just minutes to hook up.Connectors fall into a variety of categories to suit every type of user and team, from the information worker focused on interests (Bing News, RSS) or productivity (Trello, Asana) to developer automation tools, (Build Kite), to email marketing services (Mail Chimp), and so on.
You can hook multiple connectors to a group, and when you hook up one or more connectors, they're available to everyone in the group. The list of connectors is always changing as new services and tools are added.
Here's a snapshot of some of the connectors that are available for your use today.
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To add a connector Most connectors require a user account in order to hook them up.
Once hooked up, they're known as connected accounts and are listed on the My Accounts page.Because an exact match for "B" is not found, the largest value in row 1 that is less than "B" is used: "Axles," in column A.Looks up the number 3 in the three-row array constant, and returns the value from row 2 in the same (in this case, third) column.There are three rows of values in the array constant, each row separated by a semicolon (;).Because "c" is found in row 2 and in the same column as 3, "c" is returned.Any group member can add a connector to a group; any group member can remove it, too.