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I love collaboration! In fact, I believe that collaboration is the best way to get things done
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I love collaboration! In fact, I believe that collaboration is the best way to get things done. It’s a big deal, and it’s only getting bigger. That’s why I’ve decided to write this handy blog for collaboration in Microsoft 365. It covers topics such as working in Microsoft Teams, Viva, and has tips that can help you and your organization be more productive.
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Viva Connections Dashboard
The Viva Connections Dashboard provides quick, easy access to information and tasks related to your job. Dashboard content can be tailored to specific roles, markets,
What are the new Viva apps, and what do they do?
Microsoft announced Microsoft Viva in February 2021 as an employee experience platform. It consisted of 4 modules, all apps organizations can add to Teams that
What is Viva Engage and is it replacing Yammer?
Social tools are a great way to collaborate, especially in a work environment. You can get your team up to speed on projects, share progress,
Translation features in Microsoft Teams
The ability to translate languages is a crucial requirement for organisations that must host meetings in multiple languages and collaborate with colleagues in different countries
4 Reasons you should care about Microsoft Viva
In the past, Microsoft designed their technology to make employees as productive as possible. Microsoft tools like Teams, SharePoint and Office are built with great
Microsoft Teams Chat now has a LinkedIn Tab
Microsoft has added a new feature to Teams chat that lets you view a person’s LinkedIn profile directly in Teams. When you open a chat
4 new features coming to Teams
Microsoft held their latest Inspire conference in late July 2022, and as with every year, they have announced some new and exciting new features and
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