05-18-2017 06:37 PM
05-18-2017 06:37 PM
I'm looking for a list of everything Office 365 has to offer, service by service and ideally with basic details on each. Is there an official list anywhere?
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05-18-2017 10:06 PM
I'm also looking same list, specially to disable some services to users. When I run the following command at powershell
(Get-MsolUser -UserPrincipalName "email@example.com").Licenses.ServiceStatus.serviceplan|select servicename,servicetype
I get this list of services, but I would like to add the description to them so could be more informative for other admins.
05-18-2017 10:58 PM
That's a great graphic - found the original source here:
I might use that one, but at the same time would be good to have an official source on all these services rather than a 3rd party.
05-18-2017 11:01 PM
05-19-2017 01:34 PM - edited 05-19-2017 01:41 PM
They used to have a spreadsheet which was pretty comprehensive but it has been retired. This gets tremondously complicated if you need to look at foreign countries (not every thing is available in every country) or if you need to consider Government (which does not have everything). Education gets some stuff that Enterprise doesn't have (e.g. Forms and other stuff).
In addition to the Service Descriptions linked to above, there are the various services that you get with the EM+S suite (Azure AD Premium, Azure Info Protection, Intune, etc) that effectively extend Office 365 service functionality.
There is a very nice infographic at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/office-365-isnt-just-cloud-kirsty-mcgrath. It is a few months old, so it is slightly incomplete, but it does a great job of conveing just how much stuff is in the suite.
07-04-2017 10:48 PM
Forms is in Preview in Comercial suites as you can see.
"Microsoft Forms is generally available in all Office 365 Education suite licensing: Office 365 Education, Office 365 Education Plus, and Office 365 Education E5, as well as existing customers who purchased E3 prior to its retirement.
Microsoft Forms is available in Preview in the following Office 365 commercial suites: Office 365 Business Essentials, Office 365 Business Premium, and Office 365 Enterprise E1, E3, and E5 plans. Microsoft Forms is also available to existing Office 365 Enterprise E4 customers who purchased E4 before its retirement."
07-05-2017 07:19 AM
It's GA in Education, so should still be on that list. Plus, I'd like to know everything that's in public preview too :)
07-05-2017 07:27 AM
It is on this two links.
|15 Microsoft Forms is only available in Office 365 Education plans, including Office 365 E5 Education. It is not available in Office 365 Enterprise E5|
Microsoft Forms is a new part of Office 365 Education that allows teachers and students to quickly and easily create custom quizzes, surveys, questionnaires, registrations, and more. When you create a quiz or form, you can invite others to respond to it using any web browser, even on mobile devices. As results are submitted, you can use built-in analytics to evaluate responses. Form data, such as quiz results, can be easily exported to Excel for additional analysis or grading. To learn more, see What is Microsoft Forms?
07-05-2017 08:31 AM
07-05-2017 09:45 AM - edited 07-05-2017 09:56 AM
I see Forms on the link above from @Nuno, its under the Office 365 Suite Features heading. To see what is in preview, the best source is the Roadmap at https://products.office.com/en-US/business/office-365-roadmap
Another good resource is the Services & Add-ins page in the O365 Admin Center at https://portal.office.com/adminportal/home#/Settings/ServicesAndAddIns
and the Licenses page in Azure AD provides a nice breakdown of every licensable service in each applicable SKU, see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/active-directory-licensing-group-assignment-...
09-14-2017 05:36 PM
Some of the earlier links in this post don't work anymore, so here's the new link to show the Office 365 services and which license is needed:
11-07-2017 02:33 AM
Thanks for this answer and like Adam I want to know the description for the user's services.
In our tenant we see Something like this :
Microsoft Stream Success
We see two services BPOS_TODO
On users we can found this :
Microsoft Stream Success
We see now only one service BPOS_TODO...
Is there somebody to say me what is BPOS_TODO_1 ? BPOS_TODO_2 ?...
We have annoying discussions betwsen colleagues about the tasks tile and the new todo service ?
Is it BPOS_TODO_2 service plan for tasks or for todo ?
Thanks a lot for your answers about this dilemna.
11-15-2017 06:43 AM
Very thanks for your answer. It's very logical.
So I complete your post with the BPOS_S_TODO_3 code : it seems to represent the E5 Plan. I see this label on my MSDN Developer Tenant.
Have a nice day
11-27-2017 02:00 PM
You can check below article which contains Product names and service plan identifiers for licensing.
You can also use below tool which convert subscription String ID to friendly display name.
10-17-2018 06:15 AM
10-17-2018 03:36 PM
One of the challenges with doing this is that there is no consensus about what constitutes a "service", i.e, SharePoint contains many services as does Teams. The "Service " Health Center is not comprehensive, it does not include Flow and Power Apps. Some of the app/services require licenses to be assigned, but some do not.
One very good resource for this topic is at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/servicedescriptions/office-365-service-descriptions-techn...
01-02-2019 11:41 AM
Looks like there is documentation from Microsoft on this now:
It's pretty comprehensive (although I don't see a listing for StaffHub, which I'd like to disable...)
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