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We know using software for the first time can be a little overwhelming, with people often not sure where to start. To help with that we’ve created a couple of quick videos to help get you on your way.
To get you up and running quickly, this two-minute video will guide you through the simple steps for a single user to connect Outlook to your SharePoint environment.
Remain in Outlook, and work with content that is stored in SharePoint. Add documents to emails, to share internally or with external recipients.
Easily open documents stored in SharePoint without leaving your desktop. Update metadata on individual files, or multiple files. Save documents directly from the Microsoft Office suite in SharePoint, check in/check out documents in the save process.
Insert from SharePoint, Microsoft Teams or OneDrive
Save emails and attachments to SharePoint directly from Outlook, including capturing email attributes and promote these to columns.
Save documents to SharePoint from applications that you are familiar with working in and drag / drop directly from your desktop using OnePlaceDocs Explorer.
Our last short video shows the ease at which you can save documents to SharePoint from within your day to day apps such as PDF’s, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.