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Video Blog: Leveraging Office 365 for Project Collaboration - Mobile Document Editing

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We're in the middle of a series showing how to create a streamlined, standardized project management system with Office 365. In last week's post we created a document library on a project site accessible by all team members. Today we'll see how to add your document library to your team’s Outlook clients.

Because we’re all used to using email for collaborative efforts, linking your project’s document library to Outlook gives people a familiar way to access and update documents even when they’re away from the office, via their email clients. Office 365 lets you work offline on Outlook and sync up with the SharePoint site when you have connectivity again.

Learn more about integrating a project document library with Outlook:

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Check in again next week, when we'll look at how to align Project Professional with your internal SharePoint site.

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Pamela Flora

Pamela Flora has worked with Innovative-e, Inc., a business and technology consultancy based in Atlanta, GA, since March 2011. Her professional background is in technical writing, and as well as managing Innovative-e’s DC-area office, she writes about SharePoint and project management in general.