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Top Petri News Posts of 2021

by Rabia Noureen

Microsoft unveiled a slew of new consumer and enterprise-focused products and services in 2021. It’s been a big year for the company with the most significant announcements such as Windows 11, Teams 2.0, a new Visio web app, and an affordable Windows on Arm development kit. Here’s a look at everything you need to know.… Read More

What is Microsoft 365? Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft’s Subscription Service to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Other Services and Applications

by Jason Wynn

Microsoft 365 is a subscription service that brings the latest Office desktop apps together with cloud apps and services like file storage, security, collaboration, and productivity, including Microsoft Teams, Lists, SharePoint, Exchange, Planner, OneDrive, and much more. Microsoft 365 is available in plans for personal users, families, businesses, and large enterprises. Microsoft 365 includes apps… Read More

Planner Supports Export to Excel

by Tony Redmond

Excel fans delight! You can now export task data for a Planner plan to Excel and slice and dice the task information to your heart's content. The new feature is likely to be popular with Office 365 users because it adds values and it makes sense to use Excel for this purpose, but another way of looking at it is that Planner is so poor at analysis and reporting that it needed external help. The truth probably lies in the middle.

Creating and Publishing a Teams Directory

by Tony Redmond

If your Office 365 tenant has many private Teams, you might run the risk that people create duplicate teams because they don't know that a team already exists. Teams doesn't have a separate directory but you can create one with PowerShell and publish the output in Teams. The magic is provided by deep links, which users click to navigate to a team they want to join.