SharePoint is a web-based document management and storage system that enables you to share files and resources.
Within Teamwork, you can integrate your site with SharePoint and connect different group drives to your projects.
Note: The SharePoint integration is available on per-user Premium/Grow plans and above.
Enabling the Sharepoint integration at site-level will not result in any file syncing. This is done at project-level.
Click your profile icon in the top right of your site and select Apps & Integrations from the dropdown menu.
Note: Only owner company site administrators can access the site settings and manage integrations.
You can also select Settings from the profile dropdown, then choose the Integrations tab in the settings area.
In the Integrations area, scroll to the Microsoft SharePoint section and click the Enable button.
Once you click connect, you will be prompted to sign in to your Microsoft account and grant access.
Note: You will need company or tenant-level administrator privileges in your Microsoft Azure/Office 365 account in order to grant permission for the integration.
At project level, you will then be able to choose which SharePoint site and library to link to, as well as permission levels.
Working with external links
To allow non-SharePoint users (or users not currently logged into their Office 365 account) to be able to access your SharePoint files within Teamwork, you would need to enable external file sharing in SharePoint.
If you do not want to enable external links, you can select the I'll manage the access rights from within SharePoint option when linking in specific files to a project.
For more information, see: Enabling the SharePoint Integration on Your Projects