Getting Started with Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 provides you with a great variety of apps that help your business stay productive, keep things organized and facilitate quick communication. In today’s One-Minute Wednesday, we’ll overview some of the useful features these apps have and how they can help your business move forward efficiently.

A Tour of Office 365

In the Office 365 homepage, you’ll find the full array of Microsoft apps available. These apps all have online functionality that allow users to access their work remotely. With the Outlook app, your email messages and contacts are accessible everywhere you go.

01 Outlook App

02 Outlook App Opened

Using OneDrive gives you personal cloud storage to house all a variety of files like photos, documents and other projects.

03 OneDrive App

04 OneDrive App Opened

Office 365 also integrates seamlessly between your desktop apps, online and mobile. So when you are editing a document in one place it can always be accessed on the go.

05 Mobile Integration

You can go beyond just cloud storage and emails though, as Office 365 helps facilitate communication with apps like Teams which enables you to have group chats and video calls.

06 Teams App

07 Teams Apps Opened

Microsoft Planner also proves useful as a project management tool that gives you a visual breakdown of each task for whatever projects you have.

08 Microsoft Planner App

09 Microsoft Planner Opened

So those are just some of the apps and features you’ll find in Office 365. Join us next week as we dive deeper into Office 365!

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