Learn how to access the login page, you will know how to log in using a business account, and then get familiar with the various parts of the user interface, including many of the app tiles and what they're used for.
- [Instructor] It's time now to log into Office 365…as an end user and get comfortable with the user interface.…I'll be logging in as a user…working in a business environment,…where the company has decided to subscribe…to a business subscription for Office 365.…And whether you're like me or using a personal subscription,…the log in procedures are going to be pretty much the same.…You go to office.com in your browser.…Now, this screen is always changing, being updated,…so your screen may look different than mine,…but somewhere, you should be able to find a link to sign in.…
Once you find it, give it a click.…Next, you'll be prompted for your username and password,…or if you've recently logged in to an account,…you may see it on the list,…like my Landon Hotel account here.…There's my own personal account…and if you want to use another account,…you can go to use another account,…where we do see that prompt…for an email or phone number and a password.…Now I can type in my email for my work address…and my password here, or just go back,…
- Logging in as an administrator
- Defining and adding users
- Uploading files to a team site
- Reading and sending email with the Outlook Web App
- Working with calendars and contacts in Outlook
- Editing a team site
- Adding files to OneDrive
- Connecting with newsfeeds, IM, LinkedIn, or a blog
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 07/14/2016. What changed?
A: We added one new chapter on the Planner task management feature, introduced in Office 365 in June 2016.
Q: This course was updated on 04/05/2017. What changed?
A: New videos were added that show how to get started as an end user, including how to install client apps, navigate from app to app, and set up your profile.