When you log in to Office 365 via portal.office.com, you’ll see an assortment of Apps that you can immediately open:
But what if an app that you frequently access is missing? It’s easy to add application shortcuts to the app launcher; keep reading to learn how!
Did you know that Microsoft has a dedicated task manager called To-Do? That’s right–it’s more than the “tasks” element of Outlook and OneNote. In fact, beginning in March, Microsoft began rolling out a new Web Outlook Task experience–powered by To-Do. In this post, we’ll go over some To-Do basics. Read more
If you want to allow your users to contact external organizations that also use Skype for Business, you’ll have to enable the option in Office 365 first. This can be extremely valuable if your organization works with contractors or consultants!
This tip will teach you how to add custom help desk information to Office 365–users will be able to select the ?/Help button next to their user icon, and see your organization’s help desk information in addition to Microsoft help.
In this post, you’ll learn how to add your organization’s logo to Office 365. Users will see the logo when they sign in to portal.office.com, and it’s an easy way to make Office 365 feel a little more personal. Read more
You can now add Microsoft Flow directly to a Microsoft Teams Channel. This allows you to create and manage flows and utilize a Microsoft Flow bot directly in Teams. To learn more, keep reading!
I recently stumbled upon a very cool feature in Excel that I had to share in a blog post. This feature allows you turn a cell with a country, city, or company name into a lookup field, where you can quickly and easily add other information to your worksheet. To see this in action, keep reading! Read more
Microsoft Flow can connect to Microsoft Teams to do a number of things! In this blog post, we’ll walk through how to create a Flow that posts automatically to a Channel in Microsoft Teams about upcoming events in Outlook.
In the upcoming February update for Office 365, Microsoft is making a change to the default save location. Going forward, Office 365 programs will default to OneDrive and the “ctrl+s” dialog box will look a little different. Check out this blog post from Microsoft to learn more and preview the changes! Read more
Picture this: it’s January 2019, and you’ve made a resolution to be more tidy this year. You’ve just hidden a bunch of old chats in Microsoft Teams, but alas! You need to reference one of them and cannot find it again for the life of you. Fear not! We’ll walk through how to hide and unhide chats in this blog post.