About the Teams integration

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Update for self-hosted partners: With CSP, Workspace can be embedded in other applications, such as Teams. In order for this to function, the domain on which you want to embed Workspace 365 has to be known. This means that domains where you want to embed a specific environment will have to be whitelisted for that environment. From V3.68, self-hosted partners need to whitelist the domain Teams.microsoft.com themselves. This can be from the admin settings page under "Security".
To enable Single Sign-On, please take a look at the changelog



You can integrate Workspace 365 as an application into Microsoft Teams. In the next section, we will guide you through the steps.



  • You must be a Workspace Administrator.
  • You must be a Global Administrator in your Microsoft Entra ID (previously called Azure AD). 
  • You must be Teams Administrator.
  • Access to the manifest.json ZIP file including the app icons. It can be found under the Downloads page and is only available to our partners.


Known limitations

It is currently not possible to open certain applications from the Workspace app in Teams from either mobile or desktop devices. This includes applications with external links/shortcuts e.g. Power BI (due to security reasons), and also opening local applications. You may receive an error message that your browser is blocking the application or none at all.

If you want to be able to open these types of applications as well, please submit a feature request.


App is blocked (white/black screen)

It could be the case that the Workspace app in Teams is being blocked by CSP. This results in a white (or black) screen. Self-hosted partners can resolve this issue by adding the following headers to the web.config:

<add name="Content-Security-Policy" value="script-src * 'unsafe-inline' 'unsafe-eval'; frame-ancestors 'self' *.workspace365.net teams.microsoft.com *.teams.microsoft.com *.skype.co https://teams.workspace365.net; " />

The web.config is located at: "C:\inetpub\wwwroot\*\Workspace 365\Web.config". 

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