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What are Office apps?

Microsoft 365 Office apps help you get more done, wherever you are. All Microsoft 365 plans include mobile and web-only versions of Office apps. With Business Professional plans or greater, you can also install these apps on your devices. Compare email plans to find the right fit for you.

This video is part of the How-To series for setting up email.

To access your Office apps, sign in to Microsoft 365.

  1. Sign in to Microsoft 365. Use your Microsoft 365 email address and password (your GoDaddy username and password won't work here).
  2. To see the Office apps, in the upper-left corner, select the menu.
    The list of Microsoft 365 apps with the menu in the upper-left corner highlighted.

Office apps

Note: If your screen size is bigger than 10.1 inches, you'll need a license to edit desktop Office apps. Each user account includes one license.


Connect, organize and get things done with a custom email address and calendar. Outlook lets you create and send emails, manage tasks and plan your schedule. Learn more from Microsoft about using Outlook.


Keep your files and folders protected, up to date, and accessible across your devices. OneDrive backs up your photos, videos and files so they’re available no matter what happens to your device. Learn more from Microsoft about using OneDrive.


Make better documents with Microsoft Word, a full-featured word processing program that lets you create, edit, share and publish your work. Learn more from Microsoft about using Word.


Manage, visualize and analyze data with Microsoft Excel. Create spreadsheets, access calculation and graphics tools, and collaborate with others on workbooks. Learn more from Microsoft about using Excel.


Take your presentations to the next level with Microsoft PowerPoint. Create, share, and co-author professional presentations in the app. Learn more from Microsoft about using PowerPoint.


Start your digital notebook with OneNote. Organize your ideas into notebooks, make revisions with typing, highlighting, or ink annotations, and then share your notes with others. Learn more from Microsoft about using OneNote.


Share and manage content, knowledge and applications to engage and inform your organization. Create sites for every project team, department and division. Learn more from Microsoft about using SharePoint.


Meet, chat, call and collaborate with communications software that allows your team to work and plan together. Start meetings with anyone and have peace of mind knowing sensitive information is encrypted in all chats, calls, meetings and files. Learn more from Microsoft about using Teams.


Stay on schedule with Microsoft Bookings, an online and mobile app for small businesses that use appointments, like hair salons or dental offices. Learn more about using Bookings from Microsoft.

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