Create Team from Group

Create a Microsoft Team from an existing Microsoft Teams group.

Note

The owner of a group must be assigned a license or an error occurs.

Input

Field Definition Type Required
Group
ID Unique ID of the group. String TRUE
Member Settings
Allow Create Private Channels If true, members of the group can create private channels. Boolean FALSE
Allow Create Update Channels If true, members of the group can update the properties of channels. Boolean FALSE
Allow Delete Channels If true, members can delete channels. Boolean FALSE
Allow Add Remove Apps If true, members can add and remove apps. Boolean FALSE
Allow Create Update Remove Tabs If true, members can create and remove tabs. Boolean FALSE
Allow Create Update Remove Connectors If true, members can create, update and remove connectors. Boolean FALSE
Guest Settings      
Allow Create Update Channels If true, guests can create and update channels. Boolean FALSE
Allow Delete Channels If true, quests can delete channels. Boolean FALSE
Messaging Settings
Allow User Edit Messages If true, users of the group can edit messages. Boolean FALSE
Allow User Delete Messages If true, users of the group can delete messages. Boolean FALSE
Allow Owner Delete Messages If true, owners of the group can delete messages. Boolean FALSE
Allow Team Mentions If true,team mentions are allowed. Boolean FALSE
Allow Channel Mentions If true, channel mentions are allowed. Boolean FALSE
Fun Settings
Allow Giphy If true, members of the group can use Giphy images. Boolean FALSE
Allow Giphy Content Rating Choose the rating level of content from Giphy to allow. Choose from strict or moderate. Dropdown FALSE
Allow Stickers and Memes If true, stickers and memes are allowed. Boolean FALSE
Allow Custom Memes If true, stickers and memes are allowed. Boolean FALSE

Output

Field Definition Type
Response    
ID Unique ID of the team. String
Display Name Display name for the team. String
Description Description for the team. String
Web Url Hyperlink that will go to the team in the Microsoft Teams client. This is the URL that you get when you right-click a team in the Microsoft Teams client and select Get link to team. String
Membership is Limited to Owners Specifies whether membership in a team is limited to users with the owner role. Boolean
Member Settings
Allow Create Update Channels Specifies whether members can create and update channels. Boolean
Allow Create Private Channels Specifies whether members can create private channels. Boolean
Allow Delete Channels Specifies whether members can delete channels. Boolean
Allow Add Remove Apps Specifies whether members can add and remove apps. Boolean
Allow Create Update Remove Tabs Specifies whether members can create and remove tabs. Boolean
Allow Create Update Remove Connectors Specifies whether members can create and remove connectors. Boolean
Guest Settings
Allow Create User Channels Specifies whether guests can create user channels. Boolean
Allow Delete Channels Specifies whether guests can delete channels. Boolean
Allow Stickers and Memes Specifies whether guests can create and update channels. Boolean
Allow Custom Meme Channels Specifies whether guests can delete channels. Boolean
Messaging Settings
Allow User Edit Settings Specifies whether users can edit settings. Boolean
Allow User Delete Messages Specifies whether users can delete messages. Boolean
Allow Owner Delete Messages Specifies whether owners can delete messages. Boolean
Allow Team Mentions Specifies whether team mentions are allowed. Boolean
Allow Channel Mentions Specifies whether channel mentions are allowed. Boolean
Fun Settings
Allow Giphy Specifies whether members of the group can use Giphy images. Boolean
Giphy Content Rating Displays the rating level of content from Giphy to allow.

For example, strict or moderate.

String
Allow Stickers and Memes Specifies whether stickers and memes are allowed. Boolean
Allow Custom Memes Specifies whether custom memes are allowed. Boolean
Status Code Result of the operation. The HTTP status code is returned by the connector and indicates whether the action taken by the card succeeded or failed. For example:
  • A 201 Created status code indicates success where a new resource was created.
  • A 403 Forbidden error indicates that the HTTP request was not processed because the necessary permissions were missing.

For a full list of possible status codes, see HTTP status codes.

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Related topics

Microsoft Teams connector

Elements of Workflows

Guidance for Microsoft Teams connector

Microsoft Teams API overview