Let’s stick with our cities analogy: Salesforce City and SharePoint Town.
Imagine you live in Salesforce City, and every time you want to get a special recipe (which is stored in SharePoint Town’s library), you have to take a long walk, find the right library, search for the recipe, make a copy, and then walk back to Salesforce City to cook your meal.
If you had to do this every time you wanted to cook something new, it would get pretty tiring, right? You’d waste a lot of time walking back and forth, and there’s a chance you might get lost, or even forget what you went to the library for in the first place!
Plus, imagine if you found a great new recipe in Salesforce City and wanted to add it to the library in SharePoint Town. Without a direct path or method to quickly send it over, you’d have to manually deliver the recipe, making sure it’s placed in the right section of the library.
Without an integration (or our imaginary highway) between the two cities, there’s a lot of unnecessary walking, chances of missing out on great recipes, and quite a bit of wasted time.
So, not having Salesforce and SharePoint integrated is like missing a bridge between two neighboring cities. It just makes life harder for everyone who needs to travel between them!