Office 365 Collaboration: Which Tool to Use When? By Mike Smith


SharePoint site on a laptop

Office 365 is one of the most widely used business applications in the workplace, providing a wealth of applications that allow staff to work collaboratively, increase engagement and be more productive.

Despite the extensive capabilities and power of the apps, some cross-over in functionality between apps can make it difficult to discern the right tool for the job at hand. In this short article below, we recap which tools are best for common business scenarios.


If you work as part of a team, then having a centralised hub for communication and collaboration is vital. Microsoft Teams is the Office 365 app for this.

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams logo

Teams provides a platform that allows you to chat, share and work on files, make announcements, host meetings and more. If you?re not familiar with Teams, you can learn how to get started with this beginner?s guide to Teams in Office 365.


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