Your exciting new apps are arriving on Monday 18 March

Posted in: Communications & Collaboration

We are really excited to be able to bring you the FULL suite of Office 365 apps to help you Collaborate. Share. Achieve. These apps mean that you will be able to enjoy collaborating with your colleagues and working together in a modern and blended working environment.  The full suite of apps will launch to staff and students on Monday 18 March 2019.

Help and Support will be available in the form of several Show and Tell sessions. In the first of these, we will discover Microsoft Teams. If you'd like to get started earlier, visit the Microsoft Training Centre for tips and advice.

Meet your new apps:

Delve Get personal insights and relevant information based on who you work with and the content you work on.
Class Notebook Organise your lesson plans and course content in your own digital notebook. Create a workspace where you can give each student personalised feedback.
Staff Notebook Collaborate with faculty and staff to share notes, policies, procedures, deadlines, and calendars.
Teams The customisable chat-based team workspace in Office 365.
Word Bring out your best writing. Going from a blank page to a beautiful document is easier than ever.
Excel Do more with the tool you already know. Discover and connect to data, model and analyse it, and visualise insights.
PowerPoint Take your presentation to the next level. Design like a professional.
OneNote Capture notes by typing, drawing, or writing. OneNote lets you organise and reuse your notes across all your devices.
Sway Create and share engaging interactive reports, presentations, personal stories, and more. Sway does the design work for you.
To-Do Manage, prioritise, and complete the most important things you need to achieve every day.
Planner Create new plans, organise and assign tasks, share files, chat about what you're working on, and get progress updates.
Tasks Create and manage tasks in Outlook.
OneDrive Store your files in one place, share them with others and get to them from any device connected to the internet.


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