One of the best things about Office 365 is that we can always count on new features and functionality to be available. Microsoft is constantly working to improve the services already live in Office 365, as well as working to create new services. Some of the new services added do have an additional licensing fee attached, but Microsoft also adds a considerable number of features to the license SKUs already in-place.
One of the new services that has recently been added to the E3 SKUs is Microsoft Bookings. Bookings has been available within the Small Business versions of Office 365 for some time, but now you can add it to your Enterprise Office 365 tenant if you know where to look.
In this blog post, we’re going to explore how to active and use Microsoft Bookings in your Enterprise Office 365 tenant.