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If only existing paying customers weren't forced to wait an indefinite period of time for the upgrade.
How do I get to my existing website? I want to be able to edit it and update it.
I also want to get to my existing website to edit and update it but can't find out how to get to it.
I cannot figure out how to edit my existing website either.
I put a lot of time and monthly fees into this "365" nightmare. Every time I get it to a point where I have some control on what it's doing, you folks change the name of the game and I find myself back in a learning curve.
I have a website that I put time into and would like to continue to update and control it. DON"T tell me I have to start over, for the second, time again. How do I get to my current website to update it. .....
I believe the idea of "USER FRIENDLY" has eluded these people.
I found how to edit my existing website. Sign in as "Admin" just like before. There is a little bell on the top menu bar that is your alerts. One of them says "New features are available for Sharepoint team site. Click on "Start using them" and it takes you to your website editing screen.
I really liked the upgrade until I opened it in IE 9 where it keeps freezing. In Firefox it's great! Very strange indeed Microsoft!!!!
The upgrade looks nice but is not intuitive - no change there.
What a nightmare. Since the upgrade the exchange connection in Outlook 2010 doesn't work any more. Spend a few hours to solve it. Couldn't solve it so removed exchange profile and tried to create a new one. But it's not possible to connect to exchange server of Office 365. It's amazing that Apple software is able to connect to it but Outlook not.
I cannot edit my existing web site either. I had to re do the whole thing when Micrsoft changed last time. I do not want to go through this process again, if I have to I will cancel my subscription and ignore Office Live altogether since they do not take account of their customer's needs.
thanks for the below, unbelievable they buried this in the 'upgrade', lol,
Will the Office 365 Service upgrade for small business include a counter for views on our website?
Do these people commenting seriously not know how to get to their existing website/editing tools? I post this against my better judgment as stupid people really don't deserve this help, but ... Go to http://www.office365.com log in with an organizational account (this should be obvious as you are a business owner), once logged in to the Admin panel, scroll down to the Website heading and click "edit website." It really is THAT simple. You people want everything handed to you, yet want to not do ANYTHING to get it. Take a few minutes and learn for yourselves!
I don't like the upgrade at all. I've spent a lot of money on this - set-up, installation, training, 9 months of developing the site so that it works perfectly for my business and just like that, they change everything and I have to start over. I have to get the IT people back to train, sort out etc. Ii am really upset by this and very disappointed. This system took months to develop and all the promises of user friendliness and ease of installation is a hoax.
Why is the path so complicated to edit my existing web site? Is it because some V.P. built that way to induce us to upgrade to Share point ? The Dilbert Syndrome is very much alive and well here.