Convene is now available fully integrated with Microsoft Teams but you may be confused as to what this means.
What Does Integrated Mean?
In terms of software integrated means a collection of tools designed to work on closely related programmes. This means that the output of one software can be easily shared amongst other applications. A group of integrated software into one application creates a suite, such as Microsoft Office, or now Microsoft Teams.
What Is The Difference Between Integration And Extension?
A software extension is an add-on to a software module without modifying it and an integration is adding a software module into an existing software system. Essentially an extension is an accessory for the software and an integration becomes a new feature within the software.
What Features Of Convene Are Available Integrated With Microsoft Teams?
All of Convene’s meeting capabilities are available fully integrated with Microsoft Teams.
- Meeting Scheduler
- Meeting Calendar
- Agenda Builder
- Meeting Notifications
- Digital Board Pack Builder
- Meeting Attendance Tracking and Reporting
- Action Items
- Electronic Signature
- Approvals and Voting
- Audio/Video Conferencing
- Document Creation and Editing
Convene is also integrated with your Active Directory so you can use role-based access controls to view papers in our dedicated Document Library.
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What Are The Benefits Of Convene In Teams?
Convene in Teams is the only Board Portal fully integrated with Microsoft Teams available on the market right now. Other products are only offered as an extension. This means that with Convene in Teams you can seamlessly switch between the features offered by Microsoft Teams and those provided by Convene.
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