Office Delve, which makes Office 365 even more personalized and tailored to each person, begins its rollout Sept. 8 to Office 365 business customers, announced Julia White, general manager of product marketing for Office.
Trying to get everyone to agree on a meeting time can be difficult in today’s fast-paced business environment. However, the new Propose New Time feature in the Outlook Web App in Office 365 makes resolving scheduling conflicts easier than ever.
Archive much? It’s a great way to clean up your inbox and still save important emails. The webinar begins at 9:15 a.m. PT, and a 20-minute Q-and-A will follow immediately afterward. The event is free, but you’ll need to register to attend.
The site is for developers transforming solutions to the cloud, as well as getting started building on Office 365. It provides a central location for upcoming Microsoft and third-party events, easier access to key sample code and apps that would make the development process easier, and training resources.
If you use Microsoft Access and want to know more about the new Web capabilities in Access 2013 or how to improve your Access client applications, you can now register for the Oct. 8 Access Day in Denver.
Trying to decide whether Outlook or Gmail is the right solution for you? A new, downloadable, interactive infographic may help you choose with its side-by-side comparison of Outlook Web Access, Outlook and Gmail.
Several other OneNote improvements for handwriting with Windows 8 and partner devices were also announced on the Office Blogs, including an ink highlighter and support for printing and inserting files and PDFs.
Because of an increased demand for electronics, families will spend an average of $699.28 this back-to-school season, up 5 percent from last year, according to the National Retail Federation. If you want to make sure you get the most out of the money you spend on your children’s technology for education this school year, the Office Blogs has put together five tips that will help you do that.