Category: What’s That App?

What’s That App? Microsoft Loop

Microsoft Loop is a new approach to collaborative working, offering a shared interactive canvas with widget-like components which link to other Microsoft apps.

What’s That App? Microsoft FindTime

Microsoft FindTime is an Outlook add-in which helps streamline the booking of meetings across companies with no fuss. Here’s what you need to know.

Viva Connections

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Viva

In this edition of “What’s That App?”, we’re looking into the employee experience and engagement platform Microsoft Viva. Could it be the catalyst to your business thriving in the new remote working economy?

Microsoft Lists

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Lists

The Get Support “What’s That App?” series explores some of the hidden gems included in your Microsoft 365 subscription – many of which could boost your business. In this edition, we’ll introduce you to Microsoft Lists.

Microsoft Power Apps

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Power Apps

The “What’s That App?” series on the Get Support blog takes a look at some lesser-known Microsoft apps. In this edition, we’ll take a closer look at the no-code app creation platform Microsoft Power Apps.

Power Automate

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Power Automate

The “What’s That App?” series on the Get Support blog sheds some light on the lesser-known apps from the Microsoft stable. In today’s edition, we’ll be focusing on Microsoft Power Automate, an app which helps you stitch together your favourite apps to create custom workflows.

Microsoft Whiteboard

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Whiteboard

The “What’s That App?” series on the Get Support blog showcases some lesser-known apps from Microsoft. In today’s edition, we’ll be focusing on Microsoft Whiteboard, a freeform digital canvas for sharing ideas and unleashing collaborative creativity.

Kaizala

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Kaizala

In our “What’s That App?” series, we take a closer look at some of Microsoft’s lesser-known apps, many of which are available as part of the Microsoft 365 subscription. In this edition, we’ll explore the little-known instant messaging app for business: Microsoft Kaizala.

Microsoft Exchange

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Exchange

Email has always been central to modern business, but it needs a server to keep the mail moving. In this edition of ‘What’s That App?’ we’ll take a look at the world’s most popular email server, Microsoft Exchange and the version available with Microsoft 365, Exchange Online.

Microsoft Forms

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Forms

In our “What’s That App?” series, we take a closer look at some of Microsoft’s lesser-known apps, many of which are available as part of the Microsoft 365 subscription. In this edition, we’ll explore Microsoft Forms – the only app you need to create shareable online surveys and quizzes.

Microsoft ToDo

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft To Do

In our “What’s That App?” series, we take a closer look at some of Microsoft’s lesser-known apps. In this edition, we’ll explore the task management application Microsoft To Do, which serves as a cloud-based to-do list you can access from anywhere.

Microsoft Planner

What’s That App? A Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Planner

Our “What’s That App?” series puts some of the lesser-known Microsoft 365 apps under the microscope. In this edition, we’ll look at the visual task management and collaboration app, Microsoft Planner – and its integration with Microsoft Teams.

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