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Sharepoint Connector for Confluence Teams Channel sites

Hello Team,

We are trying to leverage the Sharepoint Connector for Confluence to provide a document store within our spaces.  This seems to work well in that I can see our site document libraries, however it does not show the Sharepoint sites for Microsoft Teams Channels under a parent Team. For example, we have a team for DevOps with several channels under the Team, each with their own respective sharepoint site and documents.  The connector finds the parent site, but does not find the site for the channel.

Anyone else have this experience? Any suggestions?

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Hi @Michael

thank you for your interest in the SharePoint Connector for Confluence.
We think there might just be a misunderstanding about the integration from channels into SharePoint.

A site will just be created for a channel if it's not a general channel, that means sites are just created for private and shared channels:

For general channels, no site will be created and, instead, there is a subfolder on the document library of the team site itself

Here is the official documentation from Microsoft about this: Overview of Teams and SharePoint integration

If you have any further questions do not hesitate to contact us through the official Support portal.

Best regards
Lorenzo
Communardo Support

Thanks for the clarification Lorenzo. I now understand that the General channel is not a separate site from the Team, but merely part of the document library and Channels are their own site. 

However, I would expect the Channel sites to still be visible in the site selection list within the Sharepoint Connector. Only the Team Site is available in the list. Is it possible for the list to include sites for Channels (other than General)?

Hi @Michael

I edit the answer now because I noticed I forgot a line.
Yes, the sites created for shared and private channels should already be contained in the list.

As mentioned in the previous answer, we are happy to help you dispel any doubts about any of the Communardo Apps through the official Support portal.
You could contact us via mail (products@communardo.de), that way you can communicate with us just using mail conversation.
To activate the account for the customer portal is voluntary

Communardo offers, among others, a possibility to request that one of our experts gives a tailored Demo presentation of the requested App. This choice is available to be selected using a template in the already mentioned Support portal.

We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Best regards
Lorenzo
Communardo Support

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