We spend 20% of the time searching
for documents and information,
especially now as the volume of data
continues to grow within our companies,
it is to reduce these
percentage among its users.
That Microsoft created a search
engine called Microsoft Search,
also known as Microsoft Bing built
into Bing and The Edge browser address
bar to perform classic web searches.
It will also search your Microsoft
365 suite if it's connected.
And you allow it to do so.
Whether it's a document and email,
a person or a teams conversation,
Microsoft Search will help you find
what you're looking for as easily and
quickly as a traditional web search.
You can also add Microsoft Bing
to Google Chrome by adding
the extension to your browser.
You'll find it in the Google
Web store in just a few clicks.
It is of course possible for
you to disable it at anytime.
Let's see how to use the
Microsoft Bing search engine.
Your System Administrator must have
authorized Microsoft Bing to search
throughout the Microsoft 365 suite.
just use the search bar
directly in the Edge browser.
A classic search on the web appears.
Note that if you are looking for
certain information such as a
coworker's name or first name,
it will appear directly at that
location just below the search bar.
You'll find the work tab in addition
to the usual tabs by clicking on it,
the results you'll be shown will
come directly from your company
and not the web on the left side
of this new display you'll find
the different categories related.
To your Microsoft 365 suite all
will search all the data in your
Microsoft 365 and sort them by
relevance in this central part.
Just like a traditional web search,
people will only search for
your keyword in your Contacts.
You can find someone based on their name,
first name, title or even team name.
Groups will show you contact
groups that you have created are
a part of as a distribution.
List all your working groups,
whether they are public or private.
Sites will target specific sites in
your business that you are a part of.
Like SharePoint Files will show
you folders and files that include
the keyword you search for,
either in the name or in the content.
Conversations, as the name suggests,
will search in all corporate conversations,
private and public,
and display them to you in
the central column.
If the word you are looking for
is in the name or the written
content of the conversation.
If we also display them if it is in the
name or first name of a collaborator.
The last tab power be.
I will search only among your power BI files.
You can even find the location of an
employee's office on the company's premises.
If the person in question has
filled that part in the profile.
This is useful for a newcomer
of the premises is large.
Microsoft Search can also help you
find the meaning of certain acronyms
specific to your company if and only if
they have been informed by your system.
Administrator, the Microsoft
search bar is also available
in all apps that support it.
Allowing you to access it directly
from the document you're working on.
This saves you a lot of time
in searching for a document.