It’s confusing when communications and files are spread out across multiple Microsoft 365 apps. Some conversations may be in Outlook emails, others in Teams chats. Some documents are attachments in the inbox, while others are kept in OneDrive, SharePoint, or in Teams channels. harmon.ie solves this problem by connecting everything - helping you find what you need and reach out to colleagues, in context.
The first step to effectively manage your information is making all of it accessible from the same place. With harmon.ie, you can simply drag and drop emails and attachments directly from Outlook into SharePoint, Teams channels, or OneDrive, so everything your team needs is available in one place.
harmon.ie helps you classify emails by extending SharePoint metadata to email. This way, content from Outlook, SharePoint, OneDrive, and Microsoft Teams can be easily found.
harmon.ie makes it easy to quickly search and locate important emails and documents. Discover content using search, filters, sort, recent locations, favorite locations, and sophisticated and flexible views. Using our unique metadata search, it is possible to see related information across multiple locations, in a single screen. New unique filter, sort, and views capabilities make it easy to find what you need quickly.
Now, find related content with harmon.ie’s built-in support for SharePoint Syntex.
Instead of sending file attachments, harmon.ie enables you to share document links, which are more secure and easier to manage. New Microsoft 365 share capabilities are fully supported, so you can share content with people outside your organization (if your organizations allows).
Received an email from a customer and don’t know how to reply? Share the email with your team and get their input. Discuss emails from external suppliers, customers, and partners, without losing focus.
Bring Everything Together in SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, and OneDrive
Unify all your conversations and documents - drag and drop Outlook emails and attachments into SharePoint, Teams, and OneDrive. Add emails to conversations without leaving Teams. Try it for yourself.