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Get notified about Backlog updates and add tasks to Backlog in Microsoft Teams.
Turn your Microsoft Teams conversations into actionable and accountable tasks in Backlog.
Backlog, the all-in-one project management tool, gives your team everything they need to create, assign, collaborate on, and deliver their best work — and
now you can integrate your communication tool Microsoft Teams with your favorite work tool Backlog.
Get notified in Teams about updated tasks in Backlog and add tasks in Backlog right from Teams.
Stay updated on Backlog tasks from Teams
With Backlog for Teams, you can not only get notified about crucial task updates in Teams, but also view the current status of a task from Teams. Get notifications in Teams whenever your collaborators are
adding issues, updating issues, commenting on issues, deleting issues, and updating issues in bulk.
Just have your Backlog administrator follow these steps to connect to Backlog.
Create Backlog tasks from Teams
While having conversations in Teams, you can create new tasks in Backlog without leaving your Teams app. Never let an important decision go unaccounted for again by creating action items in Backlog you can then track
Keep your data safe with Nulab Pass
When used with our security subscription Nulab Pass, you have optimum control of who and what can access your tools and information. You can use Backlog and Nulab Pass
together to manage account authentication via the Microsoft Azure Active Directory.
Backlog for Teams
Consolidate all of your conversations and tasks with Backlog for Teams to help you plan, organize, and execute work seamlessly. Intuitive task management features like Kanban-style boards, Gantt charts, and burndown help you easily
organize and implement projects. If you’re new to Backlog, try it free for 30 days.
Nulab makes creating simple and enjoyable with our collaborative software, including Backlog, Cacoo, and Typetalk.
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