in Microsoft Teams
Content Explorer bridges the gap in document management between SharePoint and Teams. Adopt the Content Explorer app in your organization for easy access to files from SharePoint hubs, and subs-sites right within Microsoft Teams.
How the Content Explorer App works
This Microsoft Teams app allows your users to surface all the libraries, lists, sub-sites and hub associated sites by pointing to any SharePoint Online or SharePoint On Premise site collection URL within a Tab in any of your Microsoft Teams. It inherits your users’ pre-existing security access to show only the content they are permitted to see. It offers flexibility of your users pointing their Microsoft Team to any site collection instead of the one that comes with their Microsoft Team.
Configure your Content Explorer
To get started, add Content Explorer to a channel and configure it by going into settings and input a URL to a selected hub.
Interact With Site Content Structure
The app displays all the libraries of a selected hub and its sub-sites which allows you to access any of the content directly within teams. This shows what a flat layout would look like.
Configure what you want your app to display. You can choose...
to display document libraries, calendars, custom lists, system libraries, sub sites
to open links in Teams
whether you want your layout to be flat or grouped. This shows what a grouped layout would look like.