Microsoft Connects LinkedIn And Office 36 Via Profile Cards
Microsoft Connects LinkedIn And Office 36 Via Profile Cards

We all know very well that the LinkedIn which is a business-oriented social network, owned by the tech giant Microsoft since June 2016, will now begin to integrate progressively with the company’s Office 365 office software with the social network LinkedIn.

Microsoft Connects LinkedIn And Office 36 Via Profile Cards

The LinkedIn business-oriented social network, owned by the tech giant Microsoft since June 2016, will begin to integrate progressively with the company’s Office 365 office software, without having to leave the apps in which you are working or going to the portal website.

All users of Office productivity software and Microsoft Office 365 can begin to visualize in their files the interaction that the company intends with the social platform LinkedIn.

This is because, within a short time, the company of Redmond, of course, the tech giant Microsoft will integrate office software with existing profiles in the social network oriented to business and job search. To do this, it will use the new card view, which allows its users to know better the people with whom we work without having to leave the application.

As detailed in Microsoft Insider, for this to be possible, it will be necessary to link your account in the social network with the Microsoft Office 365. In this way, more details can be discovered in each person’s profile, from the inbox, the calendar or the contact list.

The news was communicated through a LinkedIn posting by Damien Coullon (Social Networking Product Manager), which states that – in the coming weeks – the profiles will begin to integrate with Enterprise Outlook Web, SharePoint and OneDrive for Business; followed by Microsoft personal accounts in Outlook Web and then finally to other platforms like Outlook for iOS and other Office products.

All of these news have been part of the news that the developers of the company’s products founded by Bill Gates presented at the Microsoft Ignite conference, which also announced new developments related to Azure (the company’s cloud services platform), Bing, Dynamics 365, Windows 10 S, artificial intelligence, computer security and much more.

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