You might say I’m a cross between Dear Abby…and the Crabby Office Lady…I miss the Crabby Office Lady! While my crabbiness varies depending on the day…my passion for helping you to work smarter and not harder only grows with the knowledge I gain every single day. So STUMP me! Ask me questions! It’s my opportunity to learn, too. Having said that, I might now just opened a can of worms, but I welcome the challenge.
They call me ShortCut Shari because I love keyboard shortcuts, but there are so many other ways to get from A to B more quickly in your daily job…so let’s get to work!
Starting in September 2018, Microsoft will be rolling out new features in Microsoft Teams designed to simplify schedule management, and deliver the tools and information every worker needs.
Starting on April 1, 2019, Microsoft StaffHub will no longer be available for new tenants and will be removed from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, and all other points of access. Microsoft StaffHub will then stop functioning for all users on October 1, 2019. Anyone who attempts to open it will be greeted with a message directing them to download Microsoft Teams.
All users will require an active license that includes Microsoft Teams.
These changes are part of continued efforts to refine Microsoft 365 as the universal toolkit for teamwork and the investments being made in Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft has announced that multiple new and updated features are coming to Project Online. They are gradually starting to roll these changes out now.
Microsoft is excited to introduce multiple updates to Outlook for Windows. The “Coming Soon” feature offers a preview of new user experiences coming to Outlook such as a new, simplified ribbon and provides customers the opportunity to try the experience at their convenience.
These changes will be out over the course of a few weeks. This message is associated with Office 365 Roadmap ID: 26542.
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