Group Applications in Office 365 Groups

Office 365 Groups    |    Intermediate
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Get more out of Office 365 Groups by integrating additional applications. Discover how to use the group notebook, connect an RSS feed or Twitter account, and use Planner and SharePoint to help manage projects.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • use the group notebook in Office 365
    add connectors to your groups
  • use the Planner as a group in Office 365 Groups
    use the team site in Office 365

IN THIS COURSE

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    1.  Using the group notebook in Office 365 Groups
    4m 12s
    Each Office 365 group contains its own notebook, which anyone in the group can use to take notes for or about the group. You will see how to access and use this group notebook. FREE ACCESS
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    2.  Adding connectors to your group in Office 365 Groups
    5m 46s
    You can add connectors to your Office 365 group conversations in order to get useful content and information from various online sources. You can connect an RSS feed or a Twitter account, for example. Once you have added… FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Using Planner as a group in Office 365 Groups
    4m 29s
    For each of your Office 365 Groups, a plan or project is automatically created in the Planner application of Office 365. You will see how to access this application from a group and how to view a plan for a particular… FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Using the team site in Office 365 Groups
    5m 37s
    All of your Office 365 groups can be managed from the team site in SharePoint. You can easily access the team site from the Files tab in a group page and can manage your shared files in several different ways. You will… FREE ACCESS

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