SharePoint Online team sites and OneDrive for Business have some similar features, but can be used differently to work more efficiently. Steve Somers, a productivity specialist, will demonstrate typical ways to use both Team documents in Office 365 and using OneDrive for Business in this video tutorial.
- [Voiceover] You might find that there…are different reasons to use SharePoint and OneDrive.…We're going to talk through a few scenarios…that might help you consider…when to save files to SharePoint…and when to use OneDrive.…In our first example, let's say you're working…on a team event with five other coworkers.…There will likely be a strong need to share project files,…notes, and keep up with team member tasks.…Given that the requirements point towards…needing a high degree of sharing,…SharePoint would likely be the best bet here.…Let's review the Team Site…that we have setup for the sales team.…
It includes elements of the Team Calendar.…There's a Yammer web part…that accesses the Yammer group feed.…There's a Document section where there are common files.…There's also the ability to add common tasks…to be shared across team members.…Let's look at how you might use some of these features…as a team working on an event.…First, let's talk about adding something…to the Team Calendar.…I'm gonna click on the Team Calendar link here,…
Next, learn which methods—email, phone, Skype, or face-to-face discussions—are most effective for communicating, and explore how to best plan and run effective meetings. By the end of the course, you'll be able to build a personal productivity strategy that works for you and your team.
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- Explain the best ways to improve personal productivity.
- Differentiate between OneDrive and SharePoint.
- List the most important features of OneNote.
- Name the most important guideline for writing emails.
- Cite the best practices for managing multiple calendars.
- Explain ways to make meeting matter.
- Summarize the components of a productive meeting agenda.