Newsletter: Office 365 top tips

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In case you missed the Cloud Business newsletter last week – here are our tips for Office 365.

Of course if you ever have a question, we would love to hear from you.

  • Add apps to your email – You can now add apps such as Bing Maps, Linkedin and Task Creator to Outlook 2013 and Outlook Web App (OWA, part of Office 365 web portal)
  • Take Outlook Web App offline – You can now launch Outlook Web App (OWA) in the browser and start working even if there is no network connectivity. The work you do while disconnected is automatically synchronized the next time connectivity is restored. This allows you to be productive using OWA even when you have no network connectivity. It also makes OWA faster and a better experience from remote locations with slow or intermittently connected networks
  • Office Mobile for Android – now available for Office 365 subscribers. As part of your Office 365 subscription, the new Office Mobile for Android phones app is now available to you and your colleagues! With Office Mobile, you can access, view and edit Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents from your Android phone
  • NewsFeed new feature to Office 365 – Make work more sociable with the NewsFeed – similar to a Facebook wall you can post links, pictures and videos, mention people and share ideas
  • New Powerpoint with Office 365 2013 –  Presenter view, slide zoom, slide navigator, free templates plus the PowerPoint Blog has every tip you’ll need to help help you with your presentations on all versions of Powerpoint
  • Sharepoint document sharing – sharing a document without copying and pasting an ugly url – if you’ve noticed the 3 … beside  your documents, click on them, and hit share, Invite recipients, select their permissions on your document, and there is a space to type a message too – hit ‘share’ and your recipient will get a nicely packaged email – like this


Sharepoint document easy share

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Our remote or on site training (whatever suits you best) has two clear benefits, for both a user and admin – we can tailor a package to suit you.
  • Expertise: rather than finding out the hard way, learn from seasoned Office 365 experts
  • Time: use your time wisely, one day’s worth of research and knowledge packaged up is a smart approach to working with Office 365


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