Within Office 365 Groups, you can get your tweets, news headlines, project analytics, RSS feeds, and task tracking all in one place thanks to connectors. In this movie, you will know how to connect a service like Twitter to a group, manage that connection, and remove the connection when it's no longer needed.
- [Instructor] Well here's something…that's really cool in Office 365 groups.…They're called Connectors, and they allow you…to get access to things like social media,…maybe news feeds that are of interest to you,…all in one place.…All you have to do is connect to the service,…and that's what we're going to do in this movie.…You can see already in my staff holiday party group,…I have connected Twitter and now I'm getting access…to those messages right here within my conversations.…Now you have to be in Outlook online.…
You can't set this up, for example, on a mobile device.…And because Office 365 Groups uses Outlook online,…we're able to set up Connectors,…and that's what we see up here,…in the top right corner along the top.…So I'm gonna go to a different group,…because we connect to a group itself.…The management team.…Might be handy for the management team…to receive Tweets automatically from the corporation…or the CEO at Landon Hotel.…All we do is go up to Connectors,…and from here, you're going to see a long list…
In this course, David Rivers walks users through the basics of Office 365 groups, from creating a group and adding members to finding and joining other groups. Learn how to communicate with colleagues in a group, schedule group meetings, and collaborate on documents and larger projects.
- What are Office 365 groups?
- Acting as a group owner
- Creating public and private groups
- Joining groups
- Leaving groups
- Starting group conversations
- Scheduling meetings
- Collaborating on notebooks and files
- Sharing files outside the group