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Sonia Atchison is a Senior Writer on the Microsoft Project team.
The Microsoft Office Interactive Content Pivot helps you find the SharePoint Server 2013, Project Server 2013, and Office 365 technical content that you’re looking for. The content pivot brings together content from TechNet and Office.com and allows you to filter on a variety of parameters, such as technical subject, job role, and IT lifecycle. Each tile in the pivot represents an article on TechNet or Office.com.
Each tile is color-coded by IT lifecycle, and contains the title of the article, which products it applies to, and a summary of the content. Clicking the View button on the tile will open the article for viewing in another browser window.
You can also create your own pre-filtered list of articles by clicking the Add button on the tiles for the articles that you want, and then choosing Bookmark List from the Actions menu.
If you have feedback on the Content Pivot, we’d love to hear it! You can email us, or leave us your comments here!
–Sonia Atchison, Senior Writer
Great tool!! It would be even better if it could include your selection of high quality blogs on these topics
Well - it sounded great:-( Did my first filtering and clicked "View" but got to a page with no content www.microsoft.com/.../ITProPivotViewer
I'm impressed. It would be useful to use for our own content.
It would be great to have Download as a List action so I could choose a few article to read offline.
Very interesting -- thanks for the pointer. You might also be interested in this tool for access to Wikipedia content from Office 2013. office.microsoft.com/.../wikipane-WA104012728.aspx Would love to see some more coverage of Apps for Office in the blogs.