12 of the Best MS Teams Apps for your Team

Try out these 12 Microsoft (MS) Teams apps to level up your work day and create efficiencies within your team.

One of the best outcomes of the past few years is how companies began using remote-friendly tools to keep their teams functioning from home. 

Microsoft (MS) Teams is a powerful collaboration tool that millions of teams use to communicate by messenger and video call. The tool has won numerous awards for making collaboration easier for teams and was even used by 91% of Fortune 100 companies in 2019

The tool has grown significantly over the past few years. This is no surprise considering how apps can create efficiencies at work by making processes more consistent, secure, and effective. 

If your company uses MS teams for all things communication, you can level up your workday by using an app from their extensive integration network. Let’s take a look at the 12 MS Teams apps you can try today. 

12 of the best Microsoft Teams apps 

1Fellow

Key features:

Manage your meeting agendas within MS Teams using Fellow. Fellow helps teams facilitate productive team meetings and delightful one-on-ones. When you add Fellow to MS Teams, you can collaborate on meeting agendas, take minutes during video calls, and send feedback requests without leaving the app. Fellow also helps your team build the habit of meeting preparation! Using Fellow, you can add talking points to the meeting agenda so everyone feels prepared in advance. 

Pricing:

  • Free—$0/month (for teams of up to 10 people)
  • Pro—$6 USD/month (per user for teams of up to 50 people)
  • Business—custom pricing (for organizations that need a hub for all of their meetings)
  • Enterprise—custom pricing (for companies looking to implement a holistic management system)

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2Asana

Key features: 

Asana can help you connect your team’s conversations to action items. Asana is a tool that helps teams keep projects organized, track progress, and reach short—and long-term goals. Using the Asana integration, you can translate MS Teams conversations into action items including meetings. You can also keep everyone on the same page by sharing Asana task projects, portfolios, and status updates within MS Teams. 

Pricing:

  • Basic—$0/month
  • Premium—$10.99 USD/month (per user, billed annually)
  • Business—$24.99 USD/month (per user, billed annually)
  • Enterprise—custom pricing 
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3Range

Key features:

Range is a tool you can use to run 5-minute asynchronous check-ins to keep your teammates informed and connected. With the MS Teams integration, you can automatically share check-ins through MS Teams while everyone adds their own comments and reactions. Soon you’ll even be able to use the app to publish your check-ins right from MS Teams to share and see what your teammates are working on, their recent progress, and how they’re feeling. 

Pricing:

  • Free—$0/month 
  • Pro—$8 USD/month (per team member)
  • Enterprise—custom pricing 

4Salesforce

Key features: 

Sales organizations use Salesforce to manage customer relationships. With the MS Teams integration, Salesforce users can share information from the platform in MS Teams channels, chat conversations, meetings, and video conferences. Using Salesforce within MS Teams keeps everyone on the same page while saving time from switching between applications. You can also use Salesforce meetings from your MS Teams calendar to prepare for client calls and follow up effectively afterward. 

Pricing:

  • Free—$0/month 
  • Growth—$15 USD/month (per user, billed annually)
  • Pro—$39 USD/month (per user, billed annually)
  • Enterprise—$69 USD/month (per user, billed annually)

5Wiki

Key features:

Wiki is a default app within MS Teams. It’s a smart-text editor that lets you draft content, edit, and chat all in one place for fast and effective collaboration. You and your colleagues can use Wiki tabs to post content and communicate with your channel teams or create multiple Wiki tabs for different discussions and focuses to stay organized. Use this already-installed app to draft documents, track notes, share ideas, and more. 

Pricing: Free with MS Teams

6Polly

Key features:

Polly is an app that lets you run live surveys, polls, quizzes, trivia, and Q&As during MS Teams meetings. Rather than interrupting your team’s workflow with constant questions, you can use Polly to stay focused on your work while reaching out to those who matter most, from any location. The app also analyzes trends in your data to improve your meetings and how your team is managed. You can use it to engage with your coworkers, capture important feedback, and make data-driven decisions right in MS Teams! 

Pricing:

  • Free—$0/month
  • Standard—$49 USD/month
  • Pro—$24 USD/month
  • Enterprise—custom pricing starting from $499/month

7Workday

Key features: 

Workday is for HR and finance professionals who want to empower their teammates to complete everyday administrative tasks with few challenges. With the MS Teams integration, users can manage their time off, create new expense items, give coworkers feedback, and easily look up a colleague’s Workday profile and reporting lines to communicate. It’s also ideal for recruiters looking to quickly gather interview feedback on a candidate. 

Pricing: Contact Workday’s sales team for details. 

8Karma

Key features:

Karma is on a mission to make employees feel appreciated at work. Using the integration for MS Teams, you can use Karma to share micro-feedback instantly, set real-life perks and rewards, and engage with your team to gain important insights. Karma can even reinforce visions and goals and weave your company’s mission and values into your work. Daily appreciation and recognition can go a long way. Look no further than Karma if you’re searching for a simple tool to make your team’s day, every day. 

Pricing:

9ClickUp

Key features:

ClickUp is a cloud-based task management tool that offers scheduling, notes, reminders, goals, and a calendar. It’s a space for every team to organize, collaborate, and plan. Some of the tool’s most popular features include communication and collaboration tools, task assignments and statuses, alerts, and a task toolbar. With this integration, you can get your ClickUp notifications and search tasks right in MS Teams. It can help your team keep projects streamlined in one organized place, from the design to the development. 

Pricing:

  • Free—$0/month
  • Unlimited—$5 USD/month (per member)
  • Business—$12 USD/month (per member)
  • Business Plus—$19 USD/month (per member)
  • Enterprise—custom pricing

10GitHub

Key features:

GitHub is where you can bring your code into the conversation. Many developers store and manage their code in GitHub. With the MS Teams application, you can connect two of your most important workspaces—MS Teams and GitHub—to monitor, plan, and collaborate on your code and other work. The app makes it easy to stay on top of tasks because of its features. You can review and merge your pull requests quickly with scheduled reminders in personal chats. 

Pricing:

  • Free—$0/month
  • Team—$44 USD/year (per user for the first 12 months)
  • Enterprise—$231 USD/year (per user for the first 12 months)

11ScrumGenius

Key features:

ScrumGenius helps managers run effective asynchronous standup meetings. MS Teams is one of the most used meeting platforms in the world, so why not use it to automate your team’s status meetings? Run automatic check-ins and stand-ups each day with this app to track progress, goals, and team performance. If you’re looking for more, you can further integrate the app by pulling in commits from GitHub, task updates from JIRA, work item updates from Azure Boards, and more. The best part is that you can configure time zones for each team member, making this app ideal for remote and hybrid teams. 

Pricing:

  • Basic—$3 USD/month (per user, billed annually)
  • Team—$5 USD/month (per user, billed annually)
  • Business—$7 USD/month (per user, billed annually)

12Figma

Key features:

Figma is a cloud-based collaborative interface tool and design application. Teams can use the app to explore ideas together visually in FigJam before bringing them to life through designs and prototypes in Figma. With the MS Teams integration, you can collaborate on ideas with colleagues in real time and share updates with teammates, clients, and stakeholders, while still using MS Teams. During video calls in MS Teams, you can use FigJam to brainstorm project ideas or present important design files. 

Pricing:

  • Starter—$0/month
  • FigJam Professional—$3 USD/month (per editor, billed annually)
  • FigJam Organization—$5 USD/month (per editor, billed annually)
  • Figma Enterprise—$75 USD/month (per Figma editor, billed annually)

Parting advice

MS Teams has been a lifesaver over the past few years for millions of organizations in need of a simple tool to host effective meetings. Now that you’re familiar with its interface, why not consider integrating an app or two that will help you make your days even more productive? Try integrating a new application into your workflow today and before you know it, you’ll be speeding up processes you didn’t even realize were inefficient in the first place.


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Brier Cook

Brier is a communications professional and freelance content writer based in Ottawa. She currently works as an Engagement Strategy Advisor for Carleton University. She is passionate about using creative marketing to solve business challenges. In her spare time, she’s either reading fiction, trying out a new fitness class, playing guitar, or cooking a recipe from TikTok.

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