Groups in Office 365 simplify teamwork. Creating the Group is easy. But getting the entire team to utilize it effectively is another matter. This article shows a step by step process of bringing your team together using Groups. Technology is only 50% of the story, rest is psychology!
Group calendar is a shared calendar. Reconciling group (team) appointments with your personal calendar manually is a difficult task. That is why Office 365 Groups makes it very simple. Find out how.
This is a list of articles about Office 365 Groups. Managing teamwork becomes extremely easy and intuitive if you use Groups. These articles explain the details of how to create, use and manage groups. Remember that groups can be used with external parties like consultants, marketing agencies, vendors, suppliers, etc.
This list will be updated as more articles are added.
- Office 365 Groups
- Office 365 Groups: Automatic Sync between personal and group calendar
- Office 365 Groups: Practical Usage Guidelines
more articles coming soon…
Office 365 has a very useful feature called Groups. In this article, I will explain how Groups can help us work in teams more efficiently than ever before. It is a great example of integration across Office 365 products.
Primary calendar is your personal calendar. But in addition you may have additional calendars for specific teams. Usually there is also a Company Calendar and / or Training Calendar. How do we keep track of multiple calendars? Because time is common. No problem. It is a ONE CLICK solution!
Don’t just store documents. Store useful information with them. Analyze it instantly. This is probably the most important concept about SharePoint which is commonly unknown and underutilized. It is called Content Types.
You can learn how to decide WHO can do WHAT with the documents (or other content) which you have shared. If you are using OneDrive for Business, by default, all documents can only be viewed and edited by YOU – and nobody else.
This video contains SPS 2010 screenshots. However, the concepts are still the same as of Feb 2015.