Office 365 POWER TOOLS Infographic: What to use When

It’s incredible how much effort Microsoft has put into so many new tools.  People’s heads have been spinning around all of the new tools in Office 365.  The most important tools as it relates to Application development are the Office 365 Power Tools.

This infographic is designed to help you understand which of the Power Tools to use when…  Apps, Forms, Workflows, Reporting, and More this simple infographic is designed to make it easier to understand.

Office 365 Power Tools

If you like this Infographic you can download it and use it in your internal decks and training materials.  Simply right click on the image and save it.

Feel free to use it in your SharePoint Saturday and event decks as well.  It is shared Creative Commons Share with Attribution… Just let ’em know you got it from Collabshow.com

If you like this Infographic you may also like the companion Infographic on Microsoft Forms Limits and Boundaries

Looking for more?  Join the Webinar where I’ll dive deeper into the comparisons between Forms and Forms Pro, Flow and Flow Premium, Power Apps and developmental scale challenges.

This Webinar is not designed for the hard core developer whose been using these tools day in and day out, but for the Power Users and those trying to get their heads around the differences in the Office 365 Power Suite of Tools.

Join “the Apps, Forms, Workflows and Tools of Office 365: When to Use What?” free webinar on March 7, at 11am Pacific Time, 3pm Eastern Time.  See you there!

 

 

 

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Joel Oleson

SharePoint and Office 365 MVP Office Apps and Services + RD and Former Microsoft Product Manager at Microsoft and original Architect of the first version of SharePoint Online... Joel is a Technology Evangelist who loves to travel. He lives in Oceanside California. Currently a Free Agent... find me on linked in. He frequently Speaks at conferences, delivers webinars, and helps customers with their strategy and adoption.

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