Office for Windows 10 Mobile apps update for Insiders

www.office.com/setup Blogs: Users with on the Office Insider Slow Version 17.8431 on Windows 10 Mobile have been given a preview of the upcoming August 2017 Feature Update which contains two main new features; an improvement to smart quotes in Word and the ability to insert cut or copied cells in Excel. www.office.com/setup Blogs: “As you type text, Word automatically Read more about Office for Windows 10 Mobile apps update for Insiders[…]

Microsoft runs its own internal Insiders program, called Microsoft Elite

www.office.com/setup Blogs: Since Microsoft launched the Windows Insider Program back in Fall 2014, the company has become really serious about listening to feedback from its most enthusiastic customers. The Redmond giant also counts many early adopters in its ranks, and the company has several internal testing rings for volunteers willing to “dogfood” Windows 10 builds before they roll out to Read more about Microsoft runs its own internal Insiders program, called Microsoft Elite[…]

How to get started with Microsoft Teams

www.office.com/setup Blogs: Teams is Microsoft’s new workplace chat app built primarily to rival the likes of Slack. If your organisation is moving to Teams, you shouldn’t find the experience too different from existing enterprise chat solutions. In this quick tour around the app, we’ll get you acquainted with Teams’ core features so you’re ready to Read more about How to get started with Microsoft Teams[…]

What are the differences between office 2010 and 2016?

www.office.com/setup Blogs: The best comparison I’ve seen if by an Internet Hosting and infrastructure provider called Sherweb that provides a side-by-side review of updates: Office 2010, 2013 & 2016 at → Office 2016 vs. 2013: What’s new and improved? | SherWeb The Interface changes more noticeably from Office 2010 to 2013 then to 2016. And Read more about What are the differences between office 2010 and 2016?[…]

Microsoft Teams: 7 things you need to know

www.office.com/setup Blogs: The new Office 365 component for collaborative communication is Microsoft’s long-promised answer to Slack. Microsoft unveiled its long-rumored collaboration tool Wednesday at an event in New York. Dubbed Microsoft Teams, it’s a forthcoming Office 365 component that adds a group chat tool to the company’s megaprofitable office suite. Teams is squarely aimed as Read more about Microsoft Teams: 7 things you need to know[…]

“They Said What!?!”: Handling Inappropriate Comments on Yammer

www.office.com/setup Blogs: As a Customer Success Manager, I am often asked, “How do we regulate or prevent offensive posts?” or “What do I do if someone makes a very inappropriate comment?” Fortunately, the very openness that sparks these concerns is what makes Yammer such a safe forum for businesses. With Yammer, user self-regulation and admin Read more about “They Said What!?!”: Handling Inappropriate Comments on Yammer[…]

Store, sync and share with SharePoint

www.office.com/setup Blogs: Vivek Narasimhan is a product manager for SharePoint. Whether you are an individual working on a document by yourself, or a team that needs to collaborate on a project, SharePoint has many capabilities that help improve productivity across an organization. This post focuses on a small subset of those capabilities. We cover a Read more about Store, sync and share with SharePoint[…]

Catapult Systems: Choosing Office 365 is a slam dunk!

www.office.com/setup Blogs: Today’s guest bloggers are Sean McNeill, Cloud Services Specialist, and John Santiago, General Manager, at Catapult Systems, a national Microsoft-focused IT consulting company that provides application development, enterprise solutions and infrastructure services. Catapult Systems has 400 employees who work with mid-market companies and large enterprises across the U.S.   Cloud computing is a Read more about Catapult Systems: Choosing Office 365 is a slam dunk![…]

Try the Onetastic add-in to bring tons of new features to OneNote

www.office.com/setup Blogs: Omer Atay is a developer on the OneNote team, and he created Onetastic in his free time. Here’s a look at Onetastic, an add-in to enhance OneNote functionality with a set of built-in features and an extensible macro processor that allows you to download and modify macros and add new ones yourself. Onetastic Read more about Try the Onetastic add-in to bring tons of new features to OneNote[…]