Office 365 Groups Essentials
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Office 365 Groups Essentials

Learn How The Powerful New Office 365 Groups Feature Help Your Team Talk, Plan, And Collaborate
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Created by Chip Reaves
Last updated 7/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Access Groups through Outlook and the Outlook Web App
  • Share files with the Group via web, email, and OneDrive
  • Use the Groups mobile app to stay in touch
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Requirements
  • The student will need basic computer knowledge.
  • The student will need an Office 365 account.
Description
Learn How The Powerful New Office 365 Groups Feature Help Your Team Talk, Plan, And Collaborate Microsoft Office has no shortage of ways for groups to work together.  From simple spreadsheet sharing to social media tools like Yammer and Delve and collaboration platforms like SharePoint, Microsoft has provided plenty of tools to help people work as a team. One of the newest tools is also the most powerful: Office 365 Groups.  The Groups feature is built into Microsoft Outlook, the Office 365 web interface, and its own Groups mobile app. Anyone can create their own Group or join an existing one. Inside they’ll find a a shared conversations area, shared calendar, and a shared Notebook.  Groups integrate with users’ existing email, calendars, and OneDrive, and with special Connectors any Office 365 group can integrate with other cloud platforms such as Twitter, Bing News, GitHub, ZenDesk, and many more.  Getting up to speed on all the power that Groups has to offer is critical to leveraging Groups properly within any organization, so in this course we demonstrate: • How to access Groups through Outlook and the Outlook Web App • Using the Scheduling Assistant to find convenient meeting times for all Group members  • Sharing files with the Group via web, email, and OneDrive • Accessing the Group Notebook from the web or OneNote • Leveraging Connectors to add information from outside sources • Managing and securing your Office 365 Group • Using the Groups mobile app to stay in touch Office 365 Essentials from Bigger Brains is the first eLearning course to cover the new Groups feature, and is also a part of the Mastering Office 365 course.  For additional features related to Groups also check out Office 365 Planner Essentials, also from Bigger Brains. 
Who is the target audience?
  • This course is recommended for anyone using Office 365
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Curriculum For This Course
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Groups Essentials
6 Lectures 58:33

02: Calendar and Conversations
12:23

03: Group File Sharing and Notebook
11:42

04: Group Connectors
06:36

05: Managing Groups
13:28

06: Groups Mobile App
04:12
About the Instructor
Chip Reaves
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Bigger Brains Founder and President Chip Reaves is a serial entrepreneur who has started five successful companies. An Atlanta native, Chip began fixing computers for small businesses in the 1980's while studying Computer Science at Georgia Tech. After 10 years building a successful IT Service Practice in Atlanta, Chip founded the Computer Troubleshooters franchise system alongside Wilson & Suzanne McOrist, which became the world's largest computer service franchise and received multiple awards from Entrepreneur Magazine, Franchise Business Review, and AllBusiness.

Chip has been interviewed on TV and other major media on topics related to small business technology and entrepreneurship, including ABC News, BusinessWeek TV, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times, and is a member of Jim Blasingame's "Brain Trust" on SmallBusinessAdvocate. In 2010 Chip was listed among the Top 150 most influential people in small business IT by SMB PC magazine.

Chip lives with his wife Maren and step-daughter Meg in Anderson, South Carolina where they also co-own a Computer Troubleshooters franchise location. In his spare time Chip is very active with his church and local charities, and consults with two aid organizations serving Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa.