So, you’ve set up your Office 365 account and you’re ready for your users to get to work. How can you help them get started? Consider sending the following list of resources to your users in an email message:
Set up your desktop for Office 365 Help topic
Before users can do anything in Office 365, they need to set up their computers to work with Office 365. This Help topic gives step-by-step instructions for how to do this.
Whether your organization uses Office 365 for enterprises or Office 365 for professionals and small businesses, this collection of five short videos gives users an overview of what they can do in Office 365.
Quick start guide
The Quick start guide walks users through common tasks that they’ll be doing in Office 365, such as signing in, using email and calendar, creating contacts, setting up meetings, using instant messaging, and sharing documents on your team site.
Getting started page in the Office 365 Help portal
The Getting started page includes links to Help topics that give users step-by-step instructions on how to do common tasks in Office 365, including detailed instructions on using Outlook, Lync Online, SharePoint Online, Office Web Apps, and Office Professional Plus.
Users can view discussions on various Office 365 topics, see common questions and their answers, and receive help from Office 365 experts.
Video tour of Office 365 for admins
If you’re giving any of your users administrator permissions, you can direct them to this collection of four short videos that gives them an overview of how to set up and manage Office 365 services.
Introduction for Office 365 administrators
This is another great resource for users with administrator permissions. This guide provides an overview of where and how to manage the services and features in Office 365.
[Via: Office 365 Technical blog]