Encrypt only rolling out starting today in Microsoft Office 365 Message Encryption

Last September, we announced new capabilities in Office 365 Message Encryption that enable users to seamlessly collaborate on protected emails with anyone. This release included Do Not Forward an out-of-the-box policy that encrypts emails and Office attachments, and restricts the content and email from being forwarded, printed or copied.

Today, we are happy to share that we are releasing another out-of-the-box policy called encrypt only. With the encrypt-only policy, users can send encrypted email to any recipient, whether they are inside or outside the organization, and the protection follows the lifecycle of the email. That means recipients can copy, print and forward the email, and encryption will not be removed. This new policy provides more flexibility in the type of protection that can be applied to your sensitive emails.

This is valuable for organizations that want persistent encryption, but do not want to add additional restrictions. For example, a doctor looking to protect an email containing sensitive personal information, can apply the encrypt-only policy, and the patient receiving the email can easily consume the protected message regardless of their email provider, and forward that email to another trusted party.

With this new, flexible policy, users and admins can apply different levels of protection to best fit their data protection needs.

Read more to understand what the encrypt-only policy looks like and how to apply the policy.

How the encrypt-only policy works

The encrypt-only policy is an out-of-the box policy that can be used without additional configuration, and as the name suggests, only applies encryption to the email. You can apply the policy through end-user controls in Outlook or through automatic admin managed controls in the Exchange admin center. Users can apply this policy to individual emails through end-user controls in Outlook, and Admins can apply this policy automatically to any email that matches the set criteria through admin-managed controls in the Exchange admin center.

Customers that have enabled the new Office 365 Message Encryption capabilities will see the encrypt-only policy first through Outlook on the web and in the Exchange admin center under mail flow rules. Updates to Outlook for Windows and Outlook for Mac are planned for the coming months.

How to send an email with the encrypt-only policy in Outlook on the web

Users can apply protection with the encrypt-only policy by clicking on the protect button and changing the permissions to just encrypt. While the other options encrypt the message, the encrypt option will apply the encrypt-only policy to the message, therefore enabling recipients to forward, copy and print the message.

Applying this option will offer added flexibility for recipients to share the email with other trusted parties while encryption continues to persist and throughout the lifecycle of the email.

In Outlook on the web, users can click on the protect button to change the permissions of the email. Once a user clicks on protect, the users can click on encrypt, to only encrypt the email.In Outlook on the web, users can click on the protect button to change the permissions of the email. Once a user clicks on protect, the users can click on encrypt, to only encrypt the email. Once the encrypt-only policy is applied, the user will see a notification that encryption has been applied.Once the encrypt-only policy is applied, the user will see a notification that encryption has been applied.

How to apply the encrypt-only policy through Exchange mail flow rules

As an administrator, you can apply the encrypt-only policy automatically to emails that meet certain conditions by creating a mail flow rule. When you do this, email affected by the encrypt-only policy is encrypted in transport by Office 365.

For instructions on creating a mail flow rule that employs the encrypt-only policy, see define mail flow rules to encrypt email messages in Office 365.

You as an administrator can create new mail flow rule to automatically apply the encrypt-only policy to emails.You as an administrator can create new mail flow rule to automatically apply the encrypt-only policy to emails.

How to read encrypt-only email using Outlook on the web and Outlook mobile

Office 365 recipients can easily read and reply to emails that have been applied with the encrypt-only policy using Outlook on the web and Outlook mobile directly from the client.

Users can read the encrypted message natively directly in Outlook on the web and Outlook mobile.

Users can read the encrypted message natively directly in Outlook on the web and Outlook mobile.

The inline reading experience for Outlook desktop (Windows and Mac) will be available in the coming months. In the meantime, Office 365 users using Outlook desktop will see the encrypted mail as an html mail with an rpmsg_v2 attachment.

How to read encrypt-only emails for non-Office 365 users (on-prem, Gmail, and Outlook.com users)

Non-Office 365 users, receive an html mail with an rpmsg_v4 attachment. Once they click Read Message they are redirected to the Office 365 Message Encryption portal where they can reply, forward, print, or take other allowed actions. More information can be found in this article.

Get started!

The new encrypt-only policy rolls out starting today as part of Office 365 Message Encryption.

Office 365 Message Encryption is offered in Office 365 E3 and E5, or as an add-on -you can find the full list of where Office 365 Message Encryption is offered here.

Mac Outlook adds multiple time zones features – available to Insider Fast with Office 365 subscription

Outlook for Mac just gets more powerful for you to manage your time across different time zones. We have just shipped two of our most-requested calendar features: display second time zone on Calendar grid, and allow setting of start/end time zones in events.

These features are now available to Insider Fast in version 16.11(180214) and after. Enabling second time zone in Calendar grid requires an O365 subscription.

You can new add a second time zone on the calendar grid so you can easily refer. To show the second time zone, go to Outlook Preferences > Calendar, or by right-clicking the grid to see the second time zone options :Second TZ.png

To schedule an event with a start time and end time being in different time zones (for example, a flight across time zones), simply toggle on the “Time Zone” option via Ribbon, or via menu Message > Time Zone:


We would love to hear from you, so please provide feedback and report bugs via Help > Contact Support. If you would like to see enhancements and additions to this feature, (or Outlook for Mac as a whole), please vote for the idea on our UserVoice site (Help > Suggest a Feature).


Q. I am on the latest version of Outlook for Mac 16.11 (180214), but I am not seeing the new features.

A: We are gradually rolling out the release of second time zone on Calendar grid, it will be fully released to all Insider Fast soon. So stay tuned if you don’t see the new feature for now. Also make sure you activated Outlook for Mac with an O365 subscription license.

Announcing the February Teams Localization Contest on the Office Tech Community

Hello there Office International Community! We’re searching for criticism on how the limited (non-English) adaptation of Teams is arriving in your market. We’re running a challenge from February twelfth to February 23rd to discover dialect issues on restricted variants of Teams and are giving ceaselessly a $100 Amazon voucher to the best 3 supporters for most astounding formation of new, unique posts.


Here’s how to enter:

  1. Using any browser, visit https://teams.microsoft.com or use the free Teams app from the App Store, Play Store or Windows Store. If you are new to Teams, have a look at the help content from Teams Help.
  2. Set your language: in Teams, click on your picture (right top corner or left bottom), select Settings, and in ‘Language’ select your native language.
  3. Use the meeting scheduling scenarios in Teams
  • Click on menu option Meetings (left bar menu, 4th option)


  • Click on Schedule a new meeting:


  • Schedule a one-time meeting and a repetitive meetings (click on Repeat and try different options):


  • Use the Scheduling assistant to change the time:



If you see anything you think should be fixed or improved, submit your entry by selecting  “start a new conversation” in the Competitions space with as much detail as possible:

  • Language
  • Description of issue
  • Steps to reproduce your issue
  • Device/OS/Browser
  • Current translation
  • Suggested translation
  • English text (if known)
  • Reason why you feel it should change
  • Screenshot

Competition Rules

Full details of the competitions, eligibility and rules are available in this post. Note: U.S. export regulations prohibit the export of goods and services to Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria. Therefore, residents of these countries/regions are not eligible to participate. 

Thank you for supporting Teams, we encourage you to submit your feedback and contribute to improving the localization quality!

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New Apps in Microsoft Office Teams – January update

Last week we announced new app features that make Microsoft Teams an even more powerful hub for teamwork and we are excited to continue growing our ecosystem of Microsoft and partner apps and integrations.

Here are some of the latest new apps:

Freehand by InVision: Draw, plan and collaborate on an infinite whiteboard – in real time.

Collaborate on a whiteboard with Freehand by InVision in Microsoft TeamsCollaborate on a whiteboard with Freehand by InVision in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Flow: Automate time-consuming and repetitive tasks by integrating your favorite apps and services with Microsoft Flow. With this integration, right from within Teams, you can create and manage flows, review your received and sent approvals, and launch flows with the Flow Bot.

Automate tasks with Microsoft Flow in TeamsAutomate tasks with Microsoft Flow in Teams

+BI Collaboration: Keep your team updated with notifications on your Power BI items, documents, links and assigned actions in the +BI Collaboration SharePoint add-in with this connector. Help your business intelligence team to more tightly collaborate on your business intelligence efforts. This connector requires +BI Collaboration SharePoint add-in from the Microsoft Store.

Axure Share: Get notified of activity on your projects hosted on Axure Share to keep all team members aware of updates and new discussions on projects. Axure Share is an easy way to share Axure RP prototypes with your team and clients.

Cellip 365 Response Group: To help you plan and act on how to serve your customers, the Cellip 365 Response Group Connector will send notifications to your Teams channel on dropped calls from your response groups. You will also receive warnings when your response group reach notification or critical levels for calls waiting.

iCliniq MD: iCliniq is a global online medical second opinion platform with more than 2,500 doctors, from 80+ medical specialties. The iCliniq medical second opinion bot in Teams will help you get your health queries answered by real doctors.

iGlobe CRM for Teams: Extend your team space with access to customer information. iGlobe CRM Teams app will allow you and your team members to see company and contact information, activities, e-mail, notes, meeting reports, and opportunities, keeping you and your team updated.

MeisterTask: A simple yet powerful task management and collaboration tool that perfectly adapts to your team’s workflow and lets your team work together more efficiently.

Perfony: Manage all your team discussions and projects in one app. Discuss with your team, meet decisions, turn decisions into actions, and manage stakeholders. Enhance your productivity and get all your decisions turned into effective actions.

PickIt:  Add Pickit to a channel in Microsoft Teams for free access to legally cleared images, icons and illustrations when you compose messages. Pickit Pro users can share their collections with other users and Pickit Bot also works inside flows using bot commands to browse for images.

Tasks in a box for Teams: Tasks in a Box helps you stay on top of your work. Assign tasks, set due dates and follow up on the work of your team.

Teams App Studio (Preview): Create new Teams applications and test bot cards using. Teams App Studio streamlines creation of the manifest for your app and provides other useful tools like the Card Editor and a React control library.

YellowAnt: An intelligent assistant bot that brings ChatOps to centerstage in Teams by letting you create powerful event or command triggered automations to manage your work apps seamlessly. YellowAnt integrates with over 35 of your favorite apps like GitHub, Trello, Zendesk and more, kind of acting like a “mega-bot” in itself with tremendous capabilities that keep growing.

Who: Search for anyone in your organization based on what they’re working on, who they work with and more.

Search for experts in your organization with Who in Microsoft TeamsSearch for experts in your organization with Who in Microsoft Teams

Stocks:  Get real-time stock quotes and share them in a conversation. Search by company name or stock symbol.

Places: Places lets you look up detailed info about different businesses, restaurants, venues and more. Find out the address, hours of operation or reviews for a business, then share them in a conversation.

News: Stay up-to-date on current events courtesy of Bing News. Find coverage of local, national and worldwide news, then share it in a channel.

Images: Search Bing for the image you need and share it directly in a channel or chat

Weather: Find current weather reports for any city, zip code or location, then share them in a channel or chat.

Wikipedia Search: Do a quick search for a Wikipedia article and share it in a conversation.

Education apps:

We also recently announced a set of new education apps available and coming soon to Teams, see the full list here.  

Haldor Plagarism Check: Haldor LMS is a pedagogical learning management platform that allows teachers, students and parents to access courses, plans, assignments. Haldor Plagiarism Check allows for easy plagiarism checking in Teams.

Skooler: Skooler’s integration ensures schools can augment the collaborative environment Teams provides with the powerful capabilities of Skooler’s learning Management System. Skooler

Quizlet: The Quizlet integration brings one of the most loved classroom and self-study apps to the Microsoft Office Suite. Now teachers can embed Quizlet sets and learning games directly into their Teams communications and workflow, for easy sharing and seamless studying.

9 tips for meeting with Microsoft Office Setup Teams

As we bring Skype for Business capacities into Microsoft Teams, we’ve as of late discharged a few new highlights which are quickly empowering you to have and take an interest in more gainful gatherings, and welcome anybody on the planet to go along with you.

With Audio Conferencing, mysterious join, and meeting and calling support on Edge and Chrome, Teams has more alternatives for participants not in your association to join Teams gatherings.

With virtual anteroom, quieting all or one participant, application sharing, and intelligent investigating, Teams meeting participants have better control of their gathering knowledge.

In conclusion, we haven’t overlooked the directors or help work area experts – with Call Analytics for Teams, we have likewise empowered them to screen assemble and conference quality and get point by point investigation for clients’ gathering and calling encounters.

This makes groups a flawless arrangement where you can impart and meet with anybody inside or outside your association – regardless of whether they are not a Teams client. With these changes, here are 9 hints to having more profitable gatherings with participants in and outside your association:

#1 – Join a meeting via Audio Conferencing.  What if you are on the road and don’t have access to the internet? Audio Conferencing (formally PSTN Conferencing) in Teams meetings is now generally available.  Users who are enabled for enabled Audio Conferencing will automatically see dial-in instructions added to their Teams meetings.  Dial-in numbers are supported in 90+ countries, 400+ cities, and 44 interactive voice response (IVR) languages.  Dial-out to add an attendee via their phone number is also supported.  The Audio Conferencing service in Office 365 can be enabled for any user of Office 365 and adds a low-cost audio conferencing to your Teams meetings so you can connect and collaborate with individuals on the phone as part of your meeting experiences.

Teams Meeting Info PanelTeams Meeting Info Panel

#2 – Invite anyone via email.  Do you need to meet with someone outside of your organization? Don’t worry, with Anonymous Joinyou can schedule a Teams meeting with anyone with a valid email address even if they are not in your organization.  You can invite any valid email address to a meeting while scheduling either from Teams or from Outlook and they will receive the meeting invite in their email with information on how to join the meeting. Your meeting guest can click on the link, enter their name and join the meeting.   Your guest will be able to join on web without having to install any client or if they want additional functionality, such as the ability to start sharing their screen, they can also install the desktop client and join anonymously.

Teams meeting anonymous joinTeams meeting anonymous join

#3 – Admit attendees from the LobbyDo you need a few seconds to get everything prepared? By default, all attendees who are not from your organization will arrive in a virtual lobby after which they will have to be admitted to join the actual meeting. This is done to enhance the privacy of your meetings – but also gives you time to make sure you’re ready for an important customer meeting. In the future, an admin will have the option to update the settings to allow anonymous users to join directly without having to go into lobby.

Teams meeting lobby supportTeams meeting lobby support

#4 – Mute the noisy attendees.  Tired of hearing a dog barking? In large meetings (> 5 people), anyone who joins after the meeting has started, will join as muted thereby reducing noise in the meeting. Further, if you notice any noise from others, you can mute that person, or mute everyone, easily from the roster.   If someone has been muted, they’ll get a notification letting them know. They’ll be able to unmute themselves if they need to be heard. If you ever need to mute all the other participants in a meeting, head to your meeting roster and select ‘Mute all’. Everyone will get a notification and be able to unmute themselves if they need to.

Teams meetings mutingTeams meetings muting

#5 – Join a meeting or initiate a phone call without a plug-in.  Who has time for downloads?! You can now enjoy a plugin-less experience in a web browser where a meeting or a call just works!  You can simply go to teams.microsoft.com from Edge or Chrome and to join a Teams meeting or from Edge to initiate a 1:1 call. Now, you are able join a meeting or call even when you do not have access to the Teams app through your desktop or mobile device.

Teams Meetings in Edge and Chrome. With this recent release you are now able to join a meeting from Edge with audio, video and incoming screen share.  If you are joining from Chrome, you can join a meeting with audio and incoming screen share –  joining with video via Chrome will be coming soon.


Teams meeting in EdgeTeams meeting in Edge

 Teams Calling in Edge.  With this recent release, you are now able to initiate 1:1 calling from Edge including video, audio, and placing and receiving phone calls (phone calls in Teams require a user to have a calling plan from Office 365). 1:1 calling in Chrome is coming soon. Support for other browsers is planned for future releases.

 Teams video calling in EdgeTeams video calling in Edge

#6 – Share only the essentials. Don’t want everyone reading your email when you share your desktop? With Application sharingyou can choose to share a specific window instead of your entire screen. Rest assured that your desktop screen, or notifications are not shared when sharing your content in the meeting.

Teams meeting desktop and application sharingTeams meeting desktop and application sharing

#7 – Let others get in the driver seat.  What happens when you see something someone else doesn’t? With Application Sharing, if someone is sharing their desktop, you can either request to have control of it or have the sharer give you control of their desktop.

Teams meetings give and take controlTeams meetings give and take control

#8 – Get help with Interactive Troubleshooting. Have you ever forgotten to unmute yourself before you made a great argument in the meeting?  With Interactive Troubleshooting, Teams will alert you if it detects you’re trying to speak but you are still muted.  This is the first scenario of many scenarios where Teams can proactively detect and advise attendees of common issues that may impact their productivity during a meeting.

Teams interactive troubleshootingTeams interactive troubleshooting#9 – View Call Analytics for Teams.  If you need to troubleshoot a user’s meeting as an administratorCall Analytics provides you and helpdesk professionals the ability to search for a Teams call history for a specified user calls and meetings to help troubleshoot issues with these experiences.

If a user is using both Teams and Skype for Business Online, we strive to have tools you leverage for Skype for Business also work on Teams.  With the preview of Call Analytics, all your users’ calls are in one place and we make it easy to identify which client was used. For each call, detailed metrics are provided that can help identify issues impacting the audio quality of the call or meeting. For more information about Call Analytics, please refer to: Set up Skype for Business Call Analytics, Use Call Analytics to troubleshoot poor Skype for Business call quality, and What’s the difference between Call Analytics and Call Quality Dashboard?

Bonus #10 – Try Teams or watch a demo. If you don’t already have Teams, we encourage you to try it out to day: https://teams.microsoft.com/startWe also had a live demo of meetings during the February 1st , Teams On Air episode.  Guest Ruchir Astavans discussed and demoed the latest updates to Teams Meetings and Call Analytics.

Azure Information Protection Documentation Update for January 2018

The Documentation for Azure Information Protection has been updated on the web and the latest content has a January 2018 (or later) date at the top of the article.

For a few, it’s been a tranquil begin of the year, and we have less than regular doc refreshes this month. Notwithstanding, we had a refresh to the Azure entryway and accordingly, you would now be able to choose every use right separately for fine-grain control. Already, a portion of the rights were packaged and in the event that you expected to choose them independently, you could just do as such with PowerShell. There’s additionally a backend change that is more subtle – assemble participation for perused approaches are currently reserved similarly that gathering enrollment is stored for the Azure Rights Management benefit.

New to the docs: We’ve recently included the assistance bot for Azure Information Protection. This is a pilot, so we particularly urge you to give it a shot and give input. You can type an inquiry or a catchphrase, and check whether the bot knows the appropriate response. If not, and you’re searching for data, the bot can enable you to look through the docs. Be that as it may, in the event that you have a specialized issue, the bot can likewise open a help ticket for you.

The bot is still learning (“in baby phase”), so please be patient and if your question wasn’t answered, try again in a few days. Got your question answered? Give the bot a “thumbs up” so it knows it was a good answer for your question. Didn’t answer your question or answered a different question? Give the bot a “thumbs down” so it can learn and improve. To email feedback in general about the bot, type “feedback” in the bot.

We listen to your feedback and try to incorporate it whenever possible. Let me know if you have feedback about the documentation and I also encourage you to head over to our Yammer site to see what others are discussing.

What’s new in the documentation for Azure Information Protection, January 2018

Requirements for Azure Information Protection

– Updated the Firewalls and network infrastructure section, with a tip about how to quickly check whether your client-to-service connection is being terminated. For example, your firewall might be terminating the secured connections to do packet inspection. Kudos to Tom Moser from our Customer Success team for passing on this tip for how to check this from the client. Our friends in Office have also added a link to this section from their much-referenced Office 365 URLs and IP address ranges documentation.

Preparing users and groups for Azure Information Protection

– Updated the section about group membership caching. Previously, only the Azure Rights Management service cached group membership for performance reasons. Now, the Azure Information Protection service also caches membership for scoped policies. This is a “behind the scenes change” that you are unlikely to notice during normal use but will notice if you are in the testing phase and trying out different scoped policies.

Office 365: Configuration for clients and online services to use the Azure Rights Management service

– Updated the SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business: IRM Configuration section, to remove the reference to a preview sync client for IRM-protected libraries. This sync client is now generally available and the note now references the updated Office documentation, Enable users to sync IRM-protected files with the OneDrive sync client.

Configuring usage rights for Azure Rights Management

– Now that all usage rights are visible in the Azure portal, this page is updated to match.

Configuring and managing templates for Azure Information Protection

– With the recent Azure Information Protection service update, templates that are converted to labels no longer remove the Save As, Export (common name) usage right.

Tasks that you used to do with the Azure classic portal

– Updated the introduction note to confirm the retirement date of the Azure classic portal (Jan 8).

Installing Windows PowerShell for Azure Rights Management

– Removed the reference to the 32-bit version of the Azure Rights Management Administration Tool. With the latest version of the tool, only a 64-bit version is available to download.

Admin Guide: Install the Azure Information Protection client for users

– A new prerequisite that many customers are finding for the latest Office 2016 Click-to-Run versions: You might need to enable support for legacy monitors to prevent the Azure Information Protection bar from displaying outside the Office app.

Admin Guide: Using PowerShell with the Azure Information Protection client

– Updated the instructions in How to label files non-interactively for Azure Information Protection to reflect a recent change in Azure AD. Now, you must always grant permissions to the native app (step 12).

Cortana causes you find aptitudes normally, so you don’t need to recollect the summon expression

Cortana as an individual computerized collaborator is extraordinary at keeping you on track with your duties or reminding you about your mother’s birthday. These capacities are surfaced normally in view of Cortana can comprehend client’s purpose. To conjure outsider aptitudes on Cortana, clients needed to state an extraordinary expression, called a summon expression, as domino “Open”, or “Approach Darksky for the climate one weekend from now”. This isn’t a decent client encounter for a partner since clients frequently overlook how to conjure an ability. We are glad to declare that clients can conjure outsider aptitudes on Cortana in an exceptionally common manner.

“Breaking obstructions… Pushing limits”

Cortana would now be able to keenly propose outsider abilities when a client approaches her for something. By utilizing the energy of Bing Search and our times of interest in AI, importance, and positioning, we have conveyed a more characteristic ordeal to Cortana clients. Presently clients can normally find an extensive variety of outsider Cortana abilities and achieve those assignments with Cortana’s assistance.

So, if you want to find some brunch recipes or ask Cortana to help you find live music events, just say “Hey Cortana, can you help me find some brunch recipes” or “Hey Cortana, find live music events” and Cortana will recommend relevant 3rd party skills that can help you with the task at hand.

Rather than remembering the invocation phrase for a skill, users can now just speak naturally, and Cortana will recommend relevant 3rd party skills to complete the taskRather than remembering the invocation phrase for a skill, users can now just speak naturally, and Cortana will recommend relevant 3rd party skills to complete the taskThe experience is currently available for voice queries on Cortana for Windows and will very soon light up on other Cortana endpoints like our mobile app, the Harmon Kardon Invoke Speaker, and so on.

“What’s in the Box for Developers?”

For developers, it is a great opportunity to have your skills get discovered by more users who are trying to complete a task. Here are some things that you can do to improve discoverability of your skills:

  • Make sure your skill title and descriptions are indicative of your skill’s functionality.
  • In the skill publication process, we ask for metadata about your skill. Make sure you provide information which is comprehensive and accurate.
  • Work to ensure your skill is of high quality. Our ranker will consider skill quality and usage patterns when recommending skills to users.

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New features in Microsoft Office Forms for educators at BETT 2018

Teachers use Microsoft Forms to create quizzes, polls, or surveys. They can quickly create a survey or quiz in just a few minutes, send to students to fill out on any device, and see the results in real time. Listening to millions of users’ voices, and leveraging latest Microsoft technology, we improved Microsoft Forms to be more collaborative and productive, by adding the following top-requested capabilities:

  • New question types: Teachers can ask students to correctly order items in a list, ask students to self-report, or develop and iterate through a grading rubric using our new ranking and Likert controls.
  • Education Resources (preview) in Microsoft Forms allows teachers to use professionally-created, standards-aligned assessments in their classes.
  • New collaboration features allow easier viewing and sharing of the Forms created in through Microsoft Teams or SharePoint Office 365 groups.
  • Integration with PowerPoint (under development): Forms’ integration in PowerPoint will allow teacher to easily insert a quiz to a PowerPoint deck, adding to Forms’ integration with Excel, OneNote and Sway.
  • Administrator control: Administrators will have clear controls over sharing Microsoft Forms outside the organization. All.png

Microsoft Office 365 Finance Pros Webinar: Spend Less Time Gathering and Validating Data

Our Office 365 Finance Pros webinar series is designed to give you tips, tricks & best practices which will help you be more successful in your day-to-day work.

Join us for our first episode and learn ways to speed up the tedious process of gathering, validating and transforming data so you can focus on meaningful work.

Date: January 24, 2018
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PST

 *Note: All episodes will be made available on demand following initial launch. Live Q&A will only be available during the given session time.

Office 365 Finance Pros

Office 365 Finance Pros

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Announcing the January Microsoft Office International Video Closed Caption Survey

From January 12th to January 29th 2018 we are running a Survey to help us evaluate and shape the quality of closed captions in our training videos. If you speak Danish, Dutch, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese or Vietnamese you can enter by completing the survey below for your language:










It takes about 15 minutes, and to make it worth your while, we’ll be giving away an X-mini Click Portable Bluetooth Speaker to 9 lucky survey participants – one per language!

Please feel free to invite your colleagues to share their feedback too!

Your privacy is important to us, and your survey data and responses will be kept confidential and will not be shared with any other teams within Microsoft or external to Microsoft. Full details of the sweepstake, eligibility and rules are available in this post. Note: U.S. export regulations prohibit the export of goods and services to Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan and Syria. Therefore, residents of these countries/regions are not eligible to participate.

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