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Most people see Microsoft 365 as the place to access Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams.
But there’s so much more to it than that. There are so many apps bundled in, that whatever productivity problem you have in your business right now, the answer could be within 365.
Our new guide discusses the 10 useful Microsoft 365 apps you didn’t even know you already had.
Here are the 10 Microsoft 365 apps we think every business should look closely at:
- Planner – Microsoft Planner is a task management application for teams.
- Bookings – An online and mobile app for small businesses that provide services to customers on an appointment basis.
- Power Automate – This is a service that helps you create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services to synchronize files, get notifications, collect data, and more.
- Power Apps – Power Apps can take away the manual entry of data, and push out updates to your team’s smartphones, so they stay updated wherever they are.
- SharePoint – SharePoint is essentially an intranet for your business. It’s a really popular way to share resources, web pages, and news on a large scale.
- Yammer – Essentially, this is Facebook for business. It’s an internal communication platform.
- Sway – With Sway, you can create presentations, newsletters, and other documents quickly and efficiently, then share them within the business.
- Stream – Is an internal video sharing platform, where you can upload, share, and create videos.
- To Do – To Do (formerly Wunderlist) allows you to create lists, track and prioritize tasks and organize different areas of your business.
- Clarity – Clarity is a free user behavior analytics tool that helps you understand how users are interacting with your website through session replays and heatmaps.
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There we have it. Our 10 current favorite hidden apps inside Microsoft 365. Some of these are included in your subscription, and some you’ll need to pay for. You can usually get a free trial on them before you make a commitment. And if you use the apps as they’re designed to be used, you should find they’re an investment rather than a cost.
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