Want to know what Microsoft Search is all about? Here’s a quick overview

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At Microsoft Ignite 2018, Microsoft announced Microsoft Search in Bing, and since then have had an overwhelming interest from companies who are interested in the search offering.  Microsoft has now shared how to enable the product so that more companies can use it and get familiar with how it works.

Microsoft Search gives you organizational results in a simple and familiar experience, including bookmarks, Q&A’s, site files, groups, people conversations, locations and embedding powerapps. This could become the first place anyone goes to get information.

The idea is that Search is used not just in the browser but across other devices like Windows 10 and on your mobile phone when you are logged in with your work credentials. Watch the video below to see how you enable it for your company. More information and FAQ’s here


Have you tried Microsoft Search? What do you think? Let us know in the comments below.