How to use Microsoft Teams 365 to manage Microsoft Office 365 subscriptions
Posted On June 6, 2021
Microsoft is set to release an update to its online portal, microsoftoffice365, which will add support for Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Teams will enable developers to build online-only versions of their Microsoft Office products.
Microsoft plans to make the update free for existing Microsoft Office users, but some customers may need to sign up for the new version of the portal.
Microsoft announced in November that it was working on an Office 365 subscription service.
The service, called Office 365 Online, is a free, full-featured version of Microsoft’s Office suite that offers many additional services like collaboration, sharing, and collaboration management.
Microsoft said it would be making the Office 365 online portal available to everyone in the United States on November 2.
Microsoft’s online portal will have two versions: an Office Premium subscription, which is priced at $99 a year, and an Office Business Premium subscription.
Office Premium customers will be able to add a personal user ID for collaboration and collaboration-related tasks.
Microsoft also announced in October that it would also be releasing an Office365 subscription service, Office 365 Pro, which costs $499 a year.
Microsoft Pro subscribers will get access to the same Office 365 features as Office Premium subscribers, but they’ll also be able create their own team members and collaborate with others on their teams.
Microsoft said that Office 365 will be the first subscription service that Microsoft will offer in the US.
The company also said that its Office 365 product has been downloaded more than 20 million times, which it attributed to the new feature.
Microsoft plans to release more updates to the portal in the coming months.
Microsoft announced in February that it planned to roll out a new version for the Office Suite that includes Microsoft Teams for Office 365 subscribers.
Microsoft also announced a new product called Office OneNote, which aims to make it easier for people to collaborate on documents and documents-based apps, and it announced plans to add Microsoft Word and Excel to Office 365.