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A quick Overview over the new Office Portal

With the update for the Office.com portal currently being rolled out, users will be offered new options on the home page. The roadmap ID is 85662, but there is only sparse information about the new […]

A Microsoft Loop Introduction

Microsoft Loop is the new big thing from Microsoft after Teams. Loop is supposed to change collaboration for good in the future. We have heard similar wording in the context of Teams many times before, […]

Microsoft Teams Public Preview

So in the last couple of days, there has been some noise around Teams Public Preview, and I thought maybe it is a good idea to give a small wrap up for everyone on how […]

Microsoft Teams at Ignite 2020

Microsoft offered a ton of information around Microsoft Teams on the first day in a couple of different sessions, which I will link to at the end of this blog post. I won’t be covering […]

Rockstar Meetings in Microsoft Teams

Meetings in Microsoft Teams are probably something you spend a lot of time with, right? Maybe you are new to online meetings? You try to improve how you participate in them or even lead some […]

Inspire 2020 – Book of News Abstract

After some exciting days with the people of Microsoft at the Inspire online event, I wanted to share my favorite announcements from the Book of news. It’s definitely worth some of your time to go […]

Reimagine your Online Meetings

Microsoft has published a blog post announcing several new features for Microsoft Teams! I would like to go into some of them one more time! I think most of you will have already seen it […]

Outlook on the web news!

Outlook on the web gets some worthwhile features again! While many people still work in the classic client, some have already realized how valuable the smart little features of the online world can be! With […]

3 quick Tips for Microsoft Teams

So, I have seen a bunch of home office setup photos with an open Microsoft Teams client in the last couple of days, and on nearly every picture I have seen something where I thought: […]

How to use shared lists in Microsoft To Do

Microsoft To Do is a great app to organize your day to day work and keep track of your tasks! If you have not checked it out yet, you should definitely do now! The only […]

How to use Outlook Web App like you are used to

Back a few days ago, Microsoft published the Outlook Web App as a progressive web app. Basically, it means you can now install the OWA app in any chromium based browser (e.g., Google Chrome) as […]

Teams Message delivery options explained

This week Microsoft updated Teams and introduced more different delivery options to the 1:1 and group chat. Right, you will not get these options when chatting in channels! The new delivery options mainly divide with […]

Basics for creating polls in Microsoft Forms

When it comes to creating surveys or polls, there is just one thing to head out too in the Office 365 universe – Microsoft Forms! It is the tool you want to use for easy […]

How to manage your notifications in Microsoft Teams

When switching to Microsoft Teams from the classic Mail there are a few things you/your colleagues have to change regarding the way of working with this communication tool. While in Outlook you mainly have just […]

How to manage third-party app usage for Microsoft Teams

There is a great number of third-party apps out there and the numbers are still rising rapidly. The problem with those third-party apps is the governance you want or GDPR you have to meet when […]

Will there still be Mail with Microsoft Teams?

Microsoft Teams is still rocking the market and in the last 2 years, the user counts are going up continuously. According to Microsoft these days there are more than 500.000 companies worldwide using Microsoft Teams! […]

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