As a business owner, you want to empower your employees to do more in your organisation? With Microsoft's Power Platform, you can develop applications easily without any kind of background in software development. Intelligent Automation Intelligent automation leverages the ... Read more
We recently wrote about how you could use an Android phone (or even a Kinect!) as a webcam in Microsoft Teams in Windows 10. We promised we'd follow up to explain how iPhone or iPad users, could do the same, ... Read more
A dedicated webcam can do a lot for a work from home setup during quarantine and a global pandemic. The webcams on most laptops often don't have high megapixel or HD quality, and you might end up looking blurry and ... Read more
Microsoft 365 Business applications allow business owners to bring rich insights and analytics from data, called Power BI, PowerApps and Flow. Microsoft has decided to go a step further with modern cloud-hosted line-of-business applications and rebrand them as its Power ... Read more
We recently published an article that compared Microsoft Planner with To Do and Project, but since then, Microsoft's come out with two more tools for Microsoft Teams. The latest are known as Milestones and Bulletins. These two tools are built ... Read more
In the Microsoft world, there's a lot of different programs or apps you can use to manage your project for your small business. As part of your Microsoft 365 subscription, you might have heard of Microsoft Planner, but you also ... Read more
Imagine the possibility of you being able to develop a business mobile application, automate and analyze large data in minutes, all with little or no prior knowledge on app development or and programming. Veritably, it is possible and realistic with ... Read more
As long-rumored, Cortana will soon have a new home in Outlook on iOS that goes beyond just the "Play my Emails" feature. Microsoft detailed today how you'll soon be able to enjoy conversational AI experiences, voice prompts, and a lot ... Read more
Microsoft is holding a special digital event themed towards Microsoft 365 on Thursday, February 4 at 9:00 AM Eastern Time. The event is set to feature CEO Satya Nadella and Jared Spataro, who will both apparently "discuss ways to transform ... Read more
Microsoft Teams is making gains for Microsoft, hitting over 115 million daily active users thanks to the global pandemic and the need to work and school from home. However, even with those big numbers, and Windows 10X on the horizon, ... Read more
Have you ever wanted to get a notification on activities happening inside Teams relating to documents being uploaded, forms being signed, or even tasks being completed in Planner? Usually, you might have to check each of these Microsoft 365 apps ... Read more
If you're hard of hearing or have a hard time seeing things on the computer screen, then you should not feel left out of Microsoft Teams. Thanks to a feature known as the Immersive Reader, you can hear your posts, ... Read more
In line with the monthly schedule, Microsoft has detailed all the new features added to Teams in the month of December 2020. Since it’s been a busy month for Teams news, the list includes some big enhancements like Virtual Breakout rooms, a new pre-join experience for meetings, and support for Live Captions for 1:1 Calls. Here’s a look at everything you need to know.
The month of December is coming to a close, and it is now time to look back at the new features introduced in Microsoft 365 this year. In 2020, Microsoft announced plenty of new services and features to help users deal with the ongoing pandemic and adapts to remote learning or working.
As usual, we have divided this recap into different sections to highlight different Microsoft 365 apps and services, including OneDrive, Teams, Microsoft Outlook/Word/Excel, and more. Here’s a look at what you need to know.
With the new year approaching, it means that now is a good time to look back at what’s new in Microsoft Teams in 2020. Indeed, it’s been a busy year for Teams news, as the popular collaboration platform picked up a slew of features to make virtual interactions more engaging and support the global shift to remote work. Here’s a look at everything you need to know, be it virtual Breakout rooms, custom backgrounds, and more.