Aug 07 2019 11:45 PM
Aug 07 2019 11:45 PM
I would love to see some "when to use what" resources you have for some inspiration! I had to update the one we have internally today, and the reality is that this topic never stops trending. Users are still confused... so please tell me WHEN TO USE WHAT?
I found another topic in the community on this but is from 2016. I felt the need of getting some fresh perspective. What is the latest when to use what?
To get started I am sharing here the communication we have in Kellogg. Would love to get your perspectives and your feedback! What app do you think is formal, informal or any tone? What app do you think is slow or fast?
Aug 09 2019 07:10 AM
I think I stole the ideas of these from somewhere else but this is what I have used:
Aug 14 2019 06:28 PM - edited Aug 14 2019 06:30 PM
Have you seen these?
Dynamic Periodic Table of Office 365
Which tool when?
Feb 17 2020 03:22 PM
I meant the speed of reply. Like Teams is a fast pace application, replies are expected to be asap. Yammer not so much. Does that help? @bobnerland
Feb 18 2020 02:51 PMSolution
@Mariel Vargas I find this info-graph ideal. Satya spoke about this last Ignite 2019 and it's something that continues to share in the Ignite Tour around the world.
Mar 03 2020 08:53 AM
Hey all! I have been receiving many messages because of this post, so I am back to share my updated version of the communication and one from Cerner, shared over an ignite session:
Sep 23 2021 03:37 AM
Oct 01 2021 02:03 AM
We tried to create a map with user stories and include info on which tools allow for 1) synchronisation, 2) access from any device and 3) sharing with external stakeholders.
Since the map was created in the beginning of the digital transition, we also included links to each tool webpage.
Oct 08 2021 12:09 AM
@Melinda Grant I was curious too so I think this is the one: https://regarding365.com/where-work-gets-done-8d1d653ef48d
Oct 08 2021 02:30 AM
Oct 10 2021 08:36 PM
@Marianne Kjaer Thanks so much.
Yes, I've seen and used this one many times before. It helps people understand it's their audience that determines where they should file their stuff.