Office 365 has lot of apps. It can be confusing to know which app to use when. Here is the solution. To solve the problem I designed the Office 365 Poster.
It is simple, action oriented poster. First column lists common activities all of us perform and second column shows the recommended app and feature to be used.
You can download the PDF file from here. Use it, Print it, Share it with colleagues and friends… just spread the word.
The PDF is protected. Only printing is allowed. Of course, you can take a screenshot as well. But editing and copying is not permitted.
Have an idea to improve the poster? Post a comment.
Note that all the latest icons have been incorporated as on 15 Nov 2019. As and when new icons are released, I will keep the poster updated.
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