You already know about Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, but Office 365 provides a whole lot more than these applications. Most businesses don’t use all of the tools available to them with their licenses mainly because they aren't aware that they have access to them - and in many cases they are paying for third-party solutions unnecessarily.
What are the hidden gems that come with your Office 365 Business or Enterprise licences? In this blog, we describe some of our favourite tools and how they can solve business problems around team collaboration, communication, manual and/or repetitive business processes, and content creation.
All of these productivity tools are available in Office 365 Business Premium, Business Essentials, and Enterprise E1, E3 and E5 plans. They all have mobile apps, which means you can work with the applications even when you do not have access to your computer. One of the great benefits they offer over third-party applications is one login in place of many, and another is that they are all tightly integrated with the rest of the Office 365 applications. For example, you may use Microsoft Flow when creating apps in PowerApps, and you can embed Planner within Teams. There are many ways you can use these tools in combination to boost your business productivity, reduce paper-based tasks and automate workflows.