This help article will guide Microsoft Teams Administrators through setting up the MS Teams integration for Structural. Your company has already partnered with Structural. Enabling this integration allows your users to access Structural through MS Teams, in addition to the mobile app, and the web (app.structural.com).

We will review the sections below to set up Structural in MS Teams:

1. Provide consent at the organization level to allow Structural to be an MS Teams integration.

2. Locating & Adding Structural to designated Teams.

3. Installing & Pinning the Structural App for your company users.

4. Allow MS Teams Notifications.


Provide consent at the organization level to allow Structural to be an MS Teams integration.

First, Microsoft Teams Admins that can provide consent can navigate to: https://login.microsoftonline.com/common/adminconsent?client_id=fb6ddd39-35f2-4110-a45d-d2e73b946cae

Then you will follow the steps to accept the permissions requested and then move onto Locating & Adding Structural to designated Teams account.

Or if necessary, MS Teams Admins can use this link https://admin.teams.microsoft.com/dashboard. Then you can follow these steps to provide consent to these permissions.


1. Teams app

2. Manage apps

3. Go to Structural

4. Permissions

5. Review Permission and consent


Locating & Adding Structural to designated Teams

To discover and add the Structural app to your designated Teams, use the steps below.

1. First navigate to admin.teams.microsoft.com/dashboard on your web browser.

2. Then the "Teams apps" on your sidebar navigation.

3. Select Manage Apps.

4. Begin searching for the Structural app.

5. Select Add to team.

6. In the Add to team pane, search for the team you want to add the app to, select add, and then select Apply.

You've now added the Structural App to your Team of choice.


Installing & Pinning the Structural App for your company users.

1. Navigate to admins.teams.microsoft.com/dashboard and select Team's apps tab.

2. Select Setup Policies.

3. Select Global (Org-wide default) policy.

4. Turn on Allow user pinning to allow users to personalize their app bar.

To install apps for users (in preview), do the following tasks:

1. Select Add apps

2. Search for Structural and click Add.

3. Submit by clicking Add in the bottom right of screen.

4. Now Structural is now included in your installed apps section.


To pin apps, do the following:

1. Under Pinned apps select Add apps.

2. Search for Structural and click Add.

3. Submit by clicking Add in the bottom right of screen.

4. Select the checkmark next to Structural and move up or move down to finalize Structural's location on the navigation sidebar.

4. Select Save.

5. The green "Success" bar at the top of your screen indicates the changes were made. Your organization now has direct access to Structural from within MS Teams.


Turning on MS Teams Notifications

Setting up the Microsoft Azure Tenant ID

  1. Go to app.structural.com. Then select your profile photo in the top right and select Organization Admin. If you don't see Organization Admin, please find your Structural Admin to be promoted.

  2. Then scroll down and select MS Teams Notifications

3. Then select Add Tenant to add the Azure tenant ID which would receive notifications in Teams.

4. Add the Azure Tenant ID and provide a Tenant name.

5. Select Add. You should see that Tenant has been added.

Turning on Notifications

In the Admin Panel scroll up to Notification Preferences and select the trigger for MS Teams for all notification formats.

Note - We recommend enabling all notifications at the company level. From there, all users can control and adjust their notifications at a personal level.

A few items to keep in mind:

  • Only users who have the MS Teams app installed will receive the notifications.

  • Once they start receiving the notifications in Teams; they will also the have the option turn them on/off or change their type in the MS Teams notifications settings.

Now you're all set! 👏

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