Thursday, April 19, 2018
Microsoft Collaboration Productivity Tools Audience Content Use Case
The purpose of this post is to illustrate the cloud-based Microsoft collaboration and productivity tools that exist, along with a mapping to Content, Audience, and Use Case. Please keep in mind that the applicability of tools depends on the environment and situation; so there is no way to create a list that shows this information as an absolute truth for every person and organization. In addition, this is only a working draft, incomplete at best; but at least it is a beginning.
Koenigsbauer, K. (November, 2016). Introducing Microsoft Teams—the chat-based workspace in Office 365 Retrieved April 19, 2018 from https://bit.ly/2whj99R.
Microsoft (September, 2014). Introducing Groups in Office 365. Retrieved April 19, 2018 from https://bit.ly/2HzIyQF.
Microsoft Mechanics (June, 2016). Microsoft Planner - Step-by-step guide for users. Retrieved April 19, 2016 from https://bit.ly/2vthHkx.
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