This course will not teach a specific workflow. It will introduce several applications and tools. You will need to decide which tools you will use and which will be your home base. This video describes the benefit of establishing your home base.
- [Instructor] This may be an obvious thing to say…but I'm going to say it anyway.…There are so many tools in Office 365…and so many different ways people work…that not everybody will use the same tools.…This is not a course where I will tell you to use…a specific workflow, what I can do is explore the most…common Office 365 tools with Team Collaboration features…and let you choose which tools you will use.…With that in mind, in this movie, I want to talk about…choosing your home base or starting point.…
The first thing that I have open here…is the Office 365 website.…If you go to office.microsoft.com…and sign into your Office 365 account,…this is where you land,…the homepage for your Office 365 services.…For most of this course, I'm using this as a starting point.…Not because it's the best choice for any particular workflow…but because it is a good choice to teach these tools.…I want you to see how the different Office 365 tools…are connected and most of them can be accessed…starting on this page.…
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- Office 365 accounts and tools
- Office 365 Groups and SharePoint
- Choosing the right tools for your collaboration needs
- Working with shared calendars in Outlook
- Making video and audio calls with Skype for Business
- Managing collaborative conversations with Teams
- Editing and co-authoring files stored on OneDrive or SharePoint
- Choosing a location to store files
- Sharing files from OneDrive or SharePoint
- Sharing files in Teams