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To enable the Microsoft Teams activities, your app must be integrated with the Microsoft identity platform and have the correct Microsoft Graph API permissions assigned to it.

To integrate your application, assign permissions, and start building your automation project, you will first need to decide if you will create your own app or use the UiPath app (e.g. UiPathStudioO365App).


Admin Consent

If you are using the UiPath app then you will need to ensure that you add admin consent.

If you do not add admin consent you will see the error below.

If you are creating your own app, you will need to follow the steps below:

  1. Register your application
  2. Add API permissions
  3. Build your project

After registering your Microsoft Office Teams application, Azure Active Directory assigns a unique application (client) ID that you enter in the Microsoft Office Teams Scope.



If you already completed the Microsoft Office 365 Activities or have an existing registered application, you can go straight to the Add API permissions section and add the necessary permissions for the Microsoft Teams activities.

After adding the permissions, you'll be able to use the same ApplicationID in both the Microsoft Office 365 Scope and Microsoft Teams Scope activities.


1. Register your application

  1. Sign in to the Azure portal using your personal, work, or school Microsoft Office 365 account.
  2. In the left-hand navigation panel, click Azure Active Directory.
  3. After the Azure Active Directory page opens, click App registrations.
  4. Click + New registration in the top navigation bar.
  1. Enter a Name for your application (e.g., "Office365App").
  2. Under Supported account types, select the option that applies to you.
    • For more information about which option to select, below are Microsoft's recommendations:
      • Accounts in this organizational directory only - Use this option if your target audience is internal to your organization.
      • Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant) - Use this option if your target audience is business or educational customers and to enable multitenancy.
      • Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant) and personal Microsoft accounts (e.g. Skype, Xbox) - Use this option to target the widest set of Microsoft identities and to enable multitenancy.
  3. Under Redirect URI (optional), enter a URI address (if applicable).
    • Your selection is dependent on your authentication type. For more information on this topic, see the Unattended and Attended Automation in the Microsoft Teams Scope activity details page).
    • In our example, the organization supports multi-tenant authentication and can only use the Interactive Token authentication type which requires a redirect URI.
    • If your authentication type is Integrated Windows Authentication or Username and Password, you don't need to register a redirect URI for your application. These flows do a round trip to the Microsoft identity platform v2.0 endpoint, and your application won't be called back on any specific URI.
    • For more information, see Desktop app-registration in the Microsoft identity platform documentation.
  4. Click Register.



Today the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL.NET) uses urn:ietf:wg:oauth:2.0:oob as the default redirect URI and this value will likely work for you when using the InteractiveToken authentication type (we use this in all of our examples and Quickstart guides).

In the future, Microsoft plans to change the default redirect URI to, so you may consider using this instead.

You're done! Now, let's add API permissions to your registered application.

2. Add API permissions

  1. From your registered application page (Azure portal > Azure Active Directory > App registrations > Office365App), click API permissions in the left-hand navigation panel.
  2. After the API permission page opens, click + Add a permission (this opens the Request API permissions window).
  3. Under Select an API, click Microsoft APIs (may be open by default).
  4. Under Commonly used Microsoft APIs, click Microsoft Graph.
  1. Under What type of permissions does your application require?, click Delegated permissions to show the list of permissions.
    • While the Application permissions will also work, the activities are designed for apps with Delegated permissions assigned to the Microsoft Graph APIs.
    • For more information about permission types, see Configure a client application to access web APIs in the Microsoft Azure documentation.
  2. Use the search bar or scroll down the alphabetical list and select the following permissions:
    • Chat.ReadWrite
    • Group.ReadWrite.All
    • User.Read.All
  3. Click Add permissions (returning you to your list of API permissions)
  1. Verify your API permissions include your added Chat, Group, and User permissions.

3. Build your project

  1. Create a new automation project.
    1. Open UiPath Studio.
    2. Under New Project, click Process (this opens a New Blank Process window).
    3. Enter a project Name, Location, and Description.
    4. Click Create.
  1. Install the UiPath.MicrosoftTeamsActivities package.
    1. In the Design ribbon, click Manage Packages (this opens the Manage Packages window).
    2. Under All Packages, click Go!
    3. In the Search bar, enter Teams.
    4. Click, install and accept the license for the UiPath.Teams.Activities.
      • For more information about Uipath Studio packages, see Managing Packages in the Studio Guide.

You're done!

Now that you have completed the setup, you can start adding the Microsoft Teams activities to your project.

Next steps

For a hands-on learning experience and to quickly start using the activities, see the Quickstart guides.These guides provide step-by-step instructions to help you create working samples of the different activities so that you can verify the connection to your registered app and get familiar with the input/output properties.

To learn more about the Microsoft Teams activities (including example property inputs/outputs), see the following activity pages for a complete activity list and links to the activity detail pages.

Updated about a year ago


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