- Outlook’s “Bookings with me” helps people plan appointments and manage your time.
- Viva Sales is a new sales experience to drive customer relationships and sales.
- Microsoft has updated the online Word Designer with more suggestions.
Microsoft changed the new features of Microsoft 365 from last month, as it does every month. This time, the focus is on Outlook and Office.com, but June also saw the launch of Viva Sales, a new sales experience to drive customer relationships and sales. This month’s coolest feature is Outlook’s “Bookings with me.”
This new tool helps people plan appointments with you and manage your time. Outlook lets you build a bookings page that shows people when you’re free and when you have meetings. You can build several types of meetings that guests can request, and your public calendar is shared on your bookings website. Bookings with me are accessible in Office 365/Microsoft 364 A3, A5, E1, E3, E5, F1, and F3 and Microsoft 365 Business Basic, Business Standard, and Business Premium.
Microsoft has also updated the Forms distribution and notification experience, so you can distribute tests and surveys faster by sharing a link, generating a QR code, or sending an email invitation. Microsoft Search includes new Graph connectors that can link ServiceNow articles, Confluence wikis, and Windows file shares.
The Office.com portal also has a new look. The sign-in page has a new modern style, and once you’ve logged in, there’s a new Create page with content templates. The company has also updated the online Word Designer with more contextual suggestions.
IT admins can define organization -wide rules for after -hours notifications with updates to the company’s Endpoint Manager. The new Windows Autopatch function for Windows corporate E3 and E5 customers helps keep PCs updated.
This is in addition to new Microsoft Teams features, which include live captioning in the web version.
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