How to Add Outlook Calendar to your Signature

I have tried a couple methods and searched how to add outlook calendar to signature but did not find success with either integration.  Today, I will teach you how to add a link to your signature with your Outlook Calendar. Step 1: Log into Office.com and open your Outlook Calendar Step 2: Click the Gear Icon in the upper right-hand corner. Scroll to the bottom to “View all Outlook Settings”…

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Microsoft 365 License Comparison: M365 Business Standard vs. O365 E3

Office Applications included in both Microsoft 365 Business Standard and Office 365 E3 During your Microsoft 365 License Comparison of Microsoft 365 Business Standard vs. Office 365 E3, you'll see that both subscriptions include Office applications for up to 5 PCs, an Exchange mailbox, OneDrive for Business, Microsoft Teams, and Microsoft 365 SharePoint Online, while the price difference is an additional $7.50 user/month for the Office 365 E3 plan. So,…

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Microsoft 365 Business Subscriptions for SMB

Choose the right Microsoft 365 Business Subscription for your Small Business With the Microsoft 365 Business Subscription for SMB, move to the cloud at your own pace with simple tools you’re already using, including familiar Office apps. You can: Work with people almost anywhere by using cloud-based Office apps.Stay in touch with videoconferencing, chat, and calling as well as email.Replace managing standalone software with a single, fully-managed platform that includes…

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Take off in the Cloud with Microsoft 365 for SMB

The world has changed, and businesses of all sizes are looking for new ways to stay agile and enable growth—including remote or hybrid workplaces. Moving to the cloud can seem like a big step for SMB customers. You can make it easy and affordable with Microsoft 365 for SMB. Businesses can: Work with people almost anywhere using always up to date cloud-based versions of Office apps.Stay in touch with videoconferencing,…

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Microsoft Office 365 E1 vs. Business Basic

Microsoft 365 licensing is a bit different than your normal on-premise software. This blog will uncover the differences between Office 365 E1 vs. Business Basic. With Microsoft 365, rather than purchase a SKU as you may have previously with Microsoft, you commit to a plan subscription, for example, Microsoft Office 365 E1. When Microsoft 365 services were first released, it was fairly difficult to move between plans; however, recently Microsoft…

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