Using Redbooth From basics to advanced, and everything in between.

Office 365 and Microsoft Azure Integration

Connect Redbooth with Office 365 in 4 easy steps. This is what you need to do:

  1. On any task or conversation, click the attach file button.
  2. Click on the SharePoint tab.
  3. Enter valid Office 365 credentials.
  4. Accept the permissions consent screen if prompted.

Enable Office 365 Task Launcher

Adding Redbooth to Office 365 app launcher is very simple. Just follow these easy instructions:

  1. Link a Redbooth and Office 365 account.
  2. Browse to any Office 365 application.
  3. Click on the icon in the top left of the page to open the Office 365 launcher.
  4. Click on My Apps.
  5. Click on the ellipsis (three dots) to open the menu.
  6. Select “Pin to launcher”.
  7. The Redbooth shortcut is now accessible from the Office 365 launcher.

Disable Office 365 Integration

No longer need the Office 365 integration with Redbooth? Here are the steps to unlink it:

  1. Browse to any Office 365 application.
  2. Click on the icon in the top left of the page to open the Office 365 launcher.
  3. Click on My Apps.
  4. Click on the ellipsis (three dots) to open the menu.
  5. Select “Remove”.

Authorize Which Users Can Connect Accounts

Connect your Office 365 accounts through the Azure Active Directory.

Azure apps have two authorization models: unrestricted (default setting) or per-user. To change to a per-user authorization model:

  1. Connect to the Azure Active Directory Management portal.
  2. Click on the Active Directory domain in question.
  3. Click on the Applications tab.
  4. Click on the Redbooth application.
  5. Click on the Configure tab.
  6. Set the “USER ASSIGNMENT REQUIRED TO ACCESS APP” switch to “YES”.
  7. Save the configuration.
  8. Click on the Users tab.
  9. Select which users are authorized to connect to Redbooth.
  10. Click on the button “Assign” or “Remove” in the bottom toolbar to change user app access.

Remove the Microsoft Azure Integration

Removing the Microsoft Azure integration with Redbooth couldn’t be simpler. Just follow these steps:

  1. Connect to the Azure Active Directory Management portal.
  2. Click on the Active Directory domain in question.
  3. Click on the Applications tab.
  4. Click on the Redbooth application.
  5. Click on the “Manage Access” button on the bottom toolbar.
  6. Click on the “Remove Access” button to stop the Microsoft Azure integration with Redbooth.