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CodeStream 6.2 Adds the ability to share codemarks to Microsoft Teams

David HershDavid Hersh
February 19, 2020

What’s new

  • Reduced Microsoft Teams Permissions: MS Teams sharing without the need to give CodeStream broad access to your workspace (Important to admins and infosec).
  • Granular sharing on MS Teams: As you comment on code, you can now share out to the designated or default channel, so your codemarks (questions or comments on code) are shared in the right context. You can also choose not to share any given codemark. All comments and discussions will be visible to your teammates in their editor as annotations to your codebase.
  • Open in IDE and GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket: When you view the codemark shared in MS Teams, you can choose to jump directly to the code in question either in your IDE,  allowing you to either view it in greater context or to reply to that codemark. You can also view it in your version control system, but you cannot reply from there.

Microsoft Teams integration

Please see our announcement of CodeStream 6.0 for additional features now added for teams authenticated through Microsoft Teams. If you have any questions or valuable feedback about the changes and new features please let us know @teamcodestream on Twitter or


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