Office 365 Content
How to Import Microsoft 365 Users Via CSV Using PowerShell
This "how-to" article teaches you about using Windows PowerShell to import users into Microsoft 365 (Office 365) in bulk. Besides giving you the necessary cmdlets, it also contains a 4-minute video version of the article.
How to Connect to Your Microsoft 365 Tenant Using PowerShell
This "how-to" article teaches you how to connect and manage your Microsoft 365 tenant using PowerShell. It describes the necessary PowerShell modules, and shows how to use them to establish a connection and start managing M365 tenants from a Windows machine.
Working with Microsoft Azure Active Directory Applications – Part 2
Welcome to Part 2 of this series on setting up and managing applications in a Microsoft 365 tenant. In this article, I will dive deeper into the topic and exploring how to use and manage a multitenant app in foreign M365 tenants.
Working with Microsoft Azure Active Directory Applications – Part 1
Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) applications are cloud-based applications that can be integrated with Azure AD for authentication and authorization purposes. Using such applications provides a way to centrally manage and secure access to your cloud-based applications and services using Azure AD identities and credentials. See here how the use and management of applications works.
How to Turn on Pronouns in Microsoft 365 [he, him, she, her, they]
Pronouns are the words we use to replace someone's name in a sentence, such as “he,” “she,” or “they” in English. The ability to allow people in your organization to display their pronouns on the profile card is OFF by default for your tenant. If elected, after you have turned pronouns ON, it is optional for users to add pronouns to their profile. Pronouns will be shown next to the name in the top section of the profile card in Outlook on the web and Teams. Pronouns will be visible to everyone in your organization.
Welcome, Microsoft 365 Copilot
Yesterday Microsoft announced Microsoft 365 Copilot at a LinkedIn Live event. Microsoft describes the service as an "AI-powered tool that boosts productivity and creativity in the Microsoft 365 world". The service integrates with popular Microsoft apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Teams, but also with Power Automate and the Microsoft Graph API. The new business chat feature streamlines work across data and apps in Microsoft Teams.
Sending Attachments as Links in Outlook
Sending attachments as links is the safer, more productive way to collaborate over email, and you can configure Outlook to do this automatically.
Productivity Tip: Adding a Drop-Down List to Excel
You can create drop-down lists with Excel's Data Validation feature. It's a quick way to set up a fillable spreadsheet, or to ensure uniform entry of repetitive data.