Microsoft News of the Day – MS Office 365 News

February 14, 2022

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You can find Microsoft Office 365 PWAs including Outlook and OneDrive, and they work great on Chromebooks. Here's where to find them and install …

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The offer is for current G Suite legacy free edition users who purchase a 12-month Microsoft 365 subscription by 2 August, according to a …

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It's a feature within the newest versions of Word in Microsoft 365. Within the Editor tool, this one underlines words and phrases deemed to be, …

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Today marks 20 years since Visual Studio .NET launched and the first version of the .NET platform was released. We're celebrating all month long!

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And that something is a special 60 percent discount for Microsoft 365, as the company wants to increase its number of subscribers by attracting …

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A Microsoft Teams logo and a Bluetooth headset on a light pink … added a new feature related to Teams on its public roadmap for Microsoft 365.

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… section to the 'More Places' page to allow you to easily find and work with all your files in Teams,” reads the Microsoft 365 roadmap entry.

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In a bid to make it convenient to access Microsoft Teams files for users, the tech giant is likely to add a “Your Teams” section to OneDrive.

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Office 365 paperless is characterized by minimal paper-related process usage and reliance on digital documents instead of traditional typewriters.

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The preview app was previously only available with a paid Microsoft 365 subscription. (Source: Techradar). Why this is important to your business:.

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Sign In – University of Rochester

Microsoft 365 now requires UR Active Directory DUO two-factor authentication. Click here to enroll. Sign in with either: -ur\username

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Sign In – Cornell University

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