At Mio, we're always looking for ways to improve our integrations with our supported platforms. This month, we’re excited to bring you two scope updates that significantly advance how the Mio app connects with Microsoft Teams.
Mio only ever asks for the bare minimum scopes required, and updates to application scopes have made it so that we can request even fewer than before.
This change has no impact on Mio’s existing functionality. Messages still work as expected in DMs, channels, and group chats.
Previously, Mio required an admin-created service account and delegated tokens. Now, updates to Microsoft Graph APIs mean that Mio no longer requires service accounts from Teams orgs.
Instead, Mio will use application-level scopes that require admin-level authorization.
If your organization would like to delete an existing service account, please reach out to a Mio team member at the link below.
Please refer to this help article for all up-to-date scopes required by Mio.
Mio will be exhibiting at this year’s Enterprise Connect, taking place in Orlando, FL from March 27-30th.
Having participated for the past few years, we’re excited to return to showcase advancements in chat interoperability.
Want to see Mio in action? Our team will be hosting 15-minute personalized demos during the conference. Make sure to book your slot today.
And that’s not all, use code MIO for $500 off your registration and stop by booth #801 for some free swag.
Slack Account Sync is in the works, and admins will soon be able to export user lists as .csv files in User Sync.
Thank you for joining us for our February product update. We look forward to sharing our March news with you soon.