Microsoft Sway and Delve

Microsoft Sway and Delve

Two new services went live on 26th October 2015, Microsoft Sway and Microsoft Delve. These new services are available with your Glow username and password, accessed within Microsoft O365.

Sway allows Glow users to create highly visual presentations with ease, these can then be shared with other Glow users or with people outside of Glow. Sway can also be used to create and share interactive reports and personal stories. Sway helps users find relevant content such as images for your creation which you can drag and drop straight in to Sway.

Sway creations are easily shared by sending a link and can be seen by others outside Glow.

Delve helps you discover information that’s likely to be most interesting to you  – across Microsoft O365. You don’t have to remember the title of a document or where it’s stored. Delve shows you documents no matter where they’re stored in in Glow  – eg on OneDrive or in Sites in O365.

Delve also lets you view your colleagues’ profiles, or edit your own.

Delve never changes any permissions, so you’ll only see documents that you already have access to. Other people will not see your private documents.

When you view, edit, and share documents, Delve learns from how you work and tailors the information to you on your personalised Home page. What you see in Delve is personal to you.

You can find out more information about Microsoft Sway and Delve in the Glow Help area which is found here

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