With Microsoft Bookings, faculty, staff and departments can allow others to reserve and book appointments from a convenient web interface. Use Bookings to manage availability for your group. Bookings integrates with Outlook calendar and email to ensure the accuracy of an individual’s availability and to send event invitations and reminders. With Microsoft Bookings, you can:
Create a booking page where your customers and clients can schedule appointments.
Manage your page through a web app that contains a set of web-based pages where you can define appointment types and details, manage staff schedules and availability, set business hours, and customize how appointments are scheduled. This web-based scheduling page can be shared via a direct link, your Facebook page and even through link embedding within your website.
Use a mobile app where you can see all appointments, access customer lists and contact information, and make manual bookings on the go.
Student Access to Microsoft Bookings
Student assistants can be added as a resource to a Microsoft Bookings site by their “@gsu.edu” email address and their time can be booked just as other calendars are. If a student assistant needs to help create or administer a Bookings site in an employee Office 365 account, contact the IIT Technology Service Desk at [email protected] or 404-413-HELP (4357) to have that feature added to their @gsu.edu Office 365 account.
Create surveys, quizzes, and polls quickly and easily with a variety of field types. Share your forms with others and view results as they come in, or export your results into other Microsoft programs, such as Excel.
Create and share interactive reports, personal stories, presentations and more. Craft a storyline and customize it with different cards. Any content for your presentation can be easily tweaked, added, removed, edited or reordered, giving you flexibility in Sway to create more free-flowing presentations than those created in PowerPoint.
Hosting and stream videos across Office 365 applications like SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, OneNote, and Yammer. Set viewing permissions, include automatic closed captions, comment on videos and more!
Create highly customizable site collections to upload and access documents online, or edit and share documents with your team. Start from a site template and build your own collection.
System Administrators can request a Department Site Collection.
A private, enterprise social network for faculty and staff, integrated in your Office 365 email account. With a familiar interface similar to other social media tools such as Facebook, Yammer allows you and your team to chat, post project updates, ask questions, hold polls and much more to collaborate across departments.