Explore things you can do in Outlook that tie into our collaboration tools. We will use @mentions for adding a recipient to an email while also drawing their attention to specific content in a message. Explore how Office 365 groups can be used to email several people at one time.
- [Instructor] In this movie, I want to talk…about some things that you can do in Outlook…that tie into our collaboration tools,…and no, I'm not counting the simple act…of sending an email message as a collaboration tool.…First, I want to talk a bit more about Office 365 groups…and how they can facilitate…email communication with your collaborators.…Now, I want to start in Outlook on the web,…so I'm going to click on the Mail tile…here on the Office 365 website.…We're working in Outlook on the web,…but most of what we'll see here will also work…in the Outlook desktop application as well…if you have it linked to your Office 365 email account.…
Of course, over on the sidebar on the left, I can see…a list of the groups that I am a current member of.…I could go there, and I could post a conversation message…for the members of my groups.…But that's not the same as email.…Plus, I may want to send an email to a group that I'm not…a member of, which of course would not be on this list.…So let's start by writing a new email message.…
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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