Microsoft’s new Network Performance Tool is a proof of concept for Office 365 tenants to check network connections to Microsoft’s network and Office 365. The tool might help you understand more about your connection into Microsoft, but it won’t fix any last mile problems.
A collection of news snippets loosely connected to different bits of Office 365 that really don’t justify a separate article. But the factoids are interesting all the same…
We’re confused because people continue to buy the Kindle version of the older edition of the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook for $50 more than the current book. The only reason we can think this happens is the reviews the older book has.
The Shifts app is now available to Office 365 tenants worldwide. Hosted as a Teams app, the idea is that managers can build out and publish schedules for hourly-paid frontline workers, who can then view their hours and request changes.
It’s easy to create a webhook connector to post information to a team channel or an Office 365 group. What might not be quite so easy is formatting the JSON payload. Here’s how to use a template card to simplify the process.