FT launches app for Microsoft Teams

The Financial Times has launched an app for Microsoft Teams, the first major news organization to do so.

It will allow users to save and share FT content all within Teams, which has over 270 million monthly active users.

An estimated 60 percent of organizations that subscribe to the FT also use Microsoft Teams.

Nick Fallon, managing director of FT enterprise and B2B, said: “We are committed to making our content as useful as possible to our corporate, government and education customers. We are proud of this exciting initiative and will continue to listen and learn how to help our customers get as much value as possible from their investment in the FT.”

The FT app for Microsoft Teams can be downloaded for free from the Microsoft Teams store at an individual user level, or rolled out organization-wide by a system administrator. The app embeds the myFT digest and users are able to get headlines on their chosen myFT topics without having to leave Teams.

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