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Is there any short and light remembered url for the first page of Office 365?

This is because when I get another place I do not have the shortcut

on Office 365 on this place!

 

Thank you very much!

 

 

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  • Hello

    can you explain 'when I get another place I do not have the shortcut'?

    are you thinking of accessing to your SharePoint site? if, so you have to add manually a link on your Top Bar

    another way is to create a browser favorite (portal.microsoftonline.com)

  • Hello,

     

    Yes the URL https://portal.microsoftonline.com/ is the official URL that you should use to access your account on any PC with a supported browser.

     

    Thank you,

    Spike

     

    If the proposed response resolves your question please mark this question as answered so others may benefit from the suggested resolution.

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  • Hello

    can you explain 'when I get another place I do not have the shortcut'?

    are you thinking of accessing to your SharePoint site? if, so you have to add manually a link on your Top Bar

    another way is to create a browser favorite (portal.microsoftonline.com)

  • I mean on another PC!

    Is the "official" url for Office 365: portal.microsoftonline.com?

    Thanks for answering!

    Best reg.

    Croatia

  • Hello,

     

    Yes the URL https://portal.microsoftonline.com/ is the official URL that you should use to access your account on any PC with a supported browser.

     

    Thank you,

    Spike

     

    If the proposed response resolves your question please mark this question as answered so others may benefit from the suggested resolution.

  • portal.microsoftonline.com might be the official URL, but to get people to Outlook webmail, there's no good way to get them there directly.  I can't point to outlook.com because you have to have the refer string in the URL for Office 365 Enterprise

  • I don't know why they don't advertise it but because I used to work for a college that used live@edu, I know that you can direct users to outlook.com and it will work just fine. I just tested it with my test o365 account and it worked great! That's easy to remember without using a cname.

  • Yes, but do you have an Office 365 Enterprise account?  Or is it SMB?