Microsoft Lists Helps Track and Organize Work
Microsoft Lists is a tracking app that allows you to create and share work within your team, manage inventory, manage FAQs, and create event agendas, and a lot more. The Microsoft 365 app is simple and flexible so you can remain on top of important matters.
With Microsoft Lists, you can track contacts, assets, smart rules, alerts, issues, and inventory using alerts, smart rules, and customizable views that keep all members of your team in sync. You can start your lists from the app or directly through Microsoft Teams.
Features of Microsoft Lists
- Smart Rules, Customizable Views, and Sharing: You can keep every member of your team in sync build rules, and share information with confidence
- Ready-Made Templates: You can start quickly with Microsoft Lists’ ready-made templates. There are pre-configured views, structures, forms, and formatting.
- Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Leads: You may create new lists or embed existing ones to your Teams channel. Microsoft Lists allows you to combine conversations with lists.
Microsoft Lists Mobile App and Web
Lists Home allows you to view and manage all your lists. On the Microsoft 365 app launcher, click on the icon ‘Lists.’ You may use the ready-made templates to start your list or do it from scratch. If you have existing lists, you may use them to create your new lists. Another option is to use the Excel table data. Lists Home allows you to access all your tips easily both on the app and on the web. The ‘Favorites’ option makes it easy to access your most important lists.
Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Lists
Microsoft Lists is excellent for teams. You can use it in collaboration with Microsoft Teams. You may collaborate through cards, grids, and calendar. You get to enjoy conversations and content side by side. You may create new lists in Teams or add existing ones to your Teams channel. Lists allows you to share and track the lists from Microsoft Teams. You may use it to refine your lists by creating links to share and edit, adding columns, setting up rules, and creating custom and filters. Views. You can configure your list to ensure that it suits your needs in both appearance and functionality.
Ready-made templates help you start without wasting a lot of time. The templates are made to suit specific needs such as managing assets, tracking issues, and handling event itinerary. They have a base structure, conditional formatting, and forms to help you start quickly. You can modify them to suit your needs.
The ready-made templates are not the only option to help you save time. Other options to create lists include creating lists from existing ones and creating them from Microsoft Excel. You may import the Microsoft Excel table data and access all their views, formatting, and rules to represent your information in the best way possible.
Smart rules, customizable views, and sharing allow you to keep all members of your team in sync. With Lists, you do not only get to track information but also represent you visually.
When configuring your lists, there are four main views: grid, gallery, lists, and calendar. Grid is the style you first see after creating a list. There are columns and rows that you can reorder and configure. Lists is like Grid, but it lacks point and click editing. Gallery is great for highlighting lists with images. The Calendar view is great for visualizing information with dates.
Microsoft Lists has made tracking and organizing easier for plenty of users. It presents plenty of new capabilities and experiences that could have a significant impact on your workflow.