“+1. I also want to see the new contact everywhere.”
“@RichardatQMC discovered that on Macs, browse to notebook in Office 365 (Site and Document Library) via browser, then choose Open in OneNote. This will open the notebook in OneNote for Mac and begin to sync. Make sure you have logged into OneNote on your Mac using the OneDrive for Business option, so that your Office 365 account is saved into OneNote. This will ensure you are authenticated correctly when you choose "Open in OneNote" fro your browser. Thanks to Richard and his class full of students for confirming the work around.”
“I look forward to seeing the option to browse to SharePoint Online site libraries and opening notebooks located there. Its nice that you can open notebooks located in OneDrive for Business, but we need to open notebooks shared in our Team Sites. Next update perhaps?”
“We live in an Online-First world now and some online features will never make it to the desktop. It should be interesting to see if and when it does appear in Outlook desktop.
I'm picking that once Outlook modern app (Outlook Touch, Outlook Windows 8 Start Menu) is out, it will share the same code base as OWA and we may see features like this available both online and on-"desktop" (modern mode).”
“Looking forward to trying this out. You missed the obligatory question and answer in your FAQ's.
When's it due Mr. Chew?
Is it rolling out now to a tenant near you?
Will First Releasers see it before you?
I guess this all depends on the definition of "announce" or "introduce".
Either way, I'm excitedly impatient ;)”
“One note existed when we were at school. It was followed by another note and then another. It was the note we passed around the class and got caught. It was the note we brought to school to excuse our absence. The notes that were "chewed by our dogs", preventing us from handing in our homework.
Good luck pooch, chewing through the fences, doors, walls and guards containers and network cables of OUR Office 365 data centres. The-dog-ate-my-homework excuse ain't gonna work no more.
Well done OneNote, for making school life for students and teachers easier.”
The Garage Series for Office 365: Updates to Office 365 ProPlus for admins and first look at upcoming shared computer support
“Shared computer/RDS/Citrix server activation of Office 365 Pro Plus... I can almost see the Mexican wave and fist-pump across the world as IT Pro's read this.”
“Are there any plans to improve OneDrive for Business syncing software, to cope with this generous increase in storage capacity? i.e. Sync more items.”
“Hi VanAwful. There are two things you might consider if you want more real estate using Outlook 2013.
1. Use Outlook in minimalist mode - collapsing the ribbon menu and folder pane. Visit here for and explanation and tutorial - http://webster.net.nz/2013/08/go-minimalist-with-outlook-2013/
2. On a tablet, Outlook and all Office applications will show in Touch mode by default. Touch mode adds more space around the buttons and groups some of them together to make more space. It's goal is to make the buttons easier to press for fingers. You can change it back to Mouse mode. Read Robert Crane's post about it here - http://blog.ciaops.com/2013/06/office-2013-touchmouse-mode.html
The photo in Outlook doesn't have to be populated by Facebook or LinkedIn. You can upload photo's to Active Directory/Exchange and display them from within your corporate environment.
Rseilers reply should cover the "hide the empty photo" scenario.”
“I have to ask, where did the message time go in the compact view? I see the date in mm/dd/yy format. But the time isn't displayed.”