Good news: Microsoft is introducing Metaverse-style avatars, called Mesh avatars, to Teams.
Do you inwardly (or outwardly) groan at the thought of yet another video call? They’re now a regular part of our working lives, but it doesn’t make them any more exciting.
It’s the first significant price rise for a decade. And you can expect to pay around 20 to 40 percent more.
Microsoft’s also changing the way it sells 365. From March, you can commit to a 12-month agreement. This locks your current pricing for a year. But you’ll lose flexibility.
Don’t you often find it’s the small things that make the most significant difference?
That’s certainly the case with technology. Minor updates to the software you and your team use every day can have a surprising effect on your overall productivity.
We’re all busy, with packed calendars. Which sometimes makes it difficult to find a good time to talk to each other. Enter Microsoft Bookings. It is designed to find gaps that suit you and the person you want to meet with. And make sure everyone gets reminders about the call or meeting. Plus, it’s fully integrated with your Outlook. Here’s how it works.
Boost productivity, save time and improve customer experience
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. Get our new guide. And we’ll tell you about 10 useful Microsoft 365 apps you didn’t even know you already had.