1. Once you have Microsoft Teams open, click on the three dots on the left side of the screen.
2. Then click on the Calls icon in the pop-up menu.
Access to a staff or student Microsoft Office account are lost once retiring or graduating from BYU-Idaho.
The ideal frequency for password-changing is every six months. When someone has your BYU-Idaho password, they have access to all your BYU-Idaho-associated records, including registration details, graduation progress, grades, email, and financial information. Some of this information can be destructive if it falls into the wrong hands.
A quick and easy way to prevent information theft is to change your password frequently. This keeps potential thieves and criminals guessing, which keeps your information safe. However, while it’s smart to change your passwords frequently, do not change them too often. Changing passwords too frequently can result in weaker passwords that are easier for criminals to guess, which negates the security benefits offered by frequent password changes.
You may need to forget the BYU-I Wi-Fi on your phone before changing your password. This will enable you to reconnect to the BYU-I Wi-Fi with your new password. For more information, see the article Forgetting Wi-Fi.
Students and staff will still have access to their university email (@byui.edu) even after graduating or retiring. Most people will be able to access their email on their campus Afterlife. Any alumni since 2009 have automatically been granted continued access to email. Any alumni prior to 2009 can have their account re-created (fresh and new, with no prior messages) upon request to the Email team through a ticket assigned to them.
Questions that the email team will need to ask before resurrecting their account:
1. In your internet browser, navigate to portal.office.com
2. Type your BYU-Idaho email into the sign in box, and select Next.
At its core, Office 365 is a subscription service that ensures you always have the most updated tools from Microsoft.
Microsoft OneNote is a computer program that allows for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It can gather users’ Word documents, screen clippings, audio files, and more into one accessible place. Notes can be shared with other OneNote users over the Internet or a network. OneNote is available as part of the Microsoft Office suite and should already be installed on your campus computer. It is also available for multiple operating systems and devices.
The “Create Shared Meeting Notes” functionality allows users to conveniently create a shared agenda pre-populated with a meeting date, location, and participants. You can use this function to take roll and collaborate on the Notes before, during, and after meetings.
Microsoft Outlook is the main email service used on-campus. Whether you are using Outlook version 2016 or 2019 on your Windows computer, these steps should prove useful for you.
Outlook (the current email system on campus) allows employees 50 GB of space. You can check to see how close you are to this limit in Outlook online.