Setup checklist for my Business Premium plan
Welcome to your Office 365 Business Premium plan! You've just purchased an entire suite of tools that will help make your business more successful. If you're new to Office 365, you might be wondering what it is and how it works. Or maybe you're wondering what to do after you've signed up, signed in, and installed Office on your devices. Whatever the case, we're here to help. Use this checklist to get started with Office 365.
1. Install your Office 365 Apps
(Give yourself at least an hour to do this.)
Note: You can skip down to Step 2 to set up your email after you've completed the installation, before setting up the rest of these commonly used apps.
Get storing with OneDrive for Business
This is an integral part of Office 365 or SharePoint Server, and provides a place in the cloud where you can store, share, and sync your work files. You can update and share your files from any device with OneDrive for Business. You can even work on Office documents with others at the same time.
Get notating with OneNote
You can create, open, view, edit, format, and share the OneNote notebooks that you've created on OneDrive. You'll use this as your hub of working information for your business groups.
2. Set up your email with Outlook 2016
(This could take more than an hour, so grab some coffee before you start.)
Your organization recently got Office 365, and now you can use your new email product, Outlook 2016, to start reading email, sharing documents, syncing your calendars for meetings, and more. Learn how to set up and use Office 365 on your computer and get going with your business.
Here's what you need to do to set up Outlook 2016:
Migrate your email to Office 365.
Set up your email services to become an official Outlook user.
Get email on your desktop to start emailing in your office.
Start using email on your mobile device when you're on the go.
Check your email and start using Office 365 everyday.
Set up your HIPAA compliant email to comply with your industry regulations.
Learn about encryption and how to keep your content protected.
Start using the email archiving add-on to provide your users with additional inbox storage and more effectively manage your inbox.
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