About This Class

In this class, learn how to get around in Office 365, by using office.com, and the app launcher, and learn how to customize your profile.

This course includes introductions to the following: Delve & Delve Analytics, following content, People, Yammer, Teams, Outlook, OneDrive, mobile apps, Stream, Planner, Microsoft Forms, To-Do, and Power BI.

Choose to purchase this class as either a one time payment for 30 days of access, or choose a recurring monthly cost for extended access to the class.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Office 365 & My Profile

    • Getting Around Office 365

    • My Profile and My Account

  • 2

    Apps

    • App Launcher, Outlook

    • Microsoft Teams

    • Office 365 Groups, OneDrive for Business

    • Yammer

    • Tasks & Planner

    • Forms, Stream, Mobile Apps

  • 3

    Wrap Up

    • Resources

    • What's Next

    • Quiz

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Reviews of this course

Great to the point info

Pamella Baxter

Even though i knew a lot of the material i found a few new pieces of helpful info.

Even though i knew a lot of the material i found a few new pieces of helpful info.

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Very Complete and Up to Date -

Verne Burden

Gave me a good foundation and modivated to move forward.

Gave me a good foundation and modivated to move forward.

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Your Instructor

Microsoft MVP

Laura Rogers

Laura Rogers is a SharePoint, PowerApps & Flow expert, speaker, author and educator. She is well-versed in helping organizations make the most of their SharePoint environments using out-of-box functionalities such as workflows, forms and Web parts. Laura’s technical expertise also includes over 12 years of experience working with Microsoft’s messaging and collaboration systems. She has been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for the past eight years. She has contributed to several books on SharePoint over the past ten years. You can read more about Laura’s experiences on her blog, www.wonderlaura.com.