Audience: Office 365 for professionals and small businesses Office 365 for enterprises Written by Brendan Reeves, User Researcher II at Microsoft Our user-centered engineering process needs your input to make sure Office 365 matches your needs. The Office 365 User Experience team would like to learn more about how your organization uses Office 365. We are seeking feedback and information on how Office 365 helps your company function. This is your opportunity to share feedback with the product team and help us improve and evolve the Office 365 service. Please go to https://illumeweb.smdisp.net/collector/Survey.ashx?Name=O365users to submit your name, phone number, email address, and company name. The information you provide will only be used to recruit participants for user research projects. Your level of participation in research projects is completely up to you. There will be projects that only ask for a very low-level of engagement (e.g. surveys) and those that require high level engagement (e.g. on-site visits). As a thank you for your participation, we will provide a gratuity ranging from software to gift cards depending on study type. Study types include: Complete a 5-15 minute online survey Attend online webinar Usability lab studies On-site visit to your organization by 3-4 members of the Office 365 team for approximately 3 hours We appreciate your time and understand that it is valuable. If you are unable to participate in any research projects in the near future, you are still encouraged to sign up. User experience research is an ongoing process throughout the product development cycle and you will have the opportunity to participate in lighter weight research projects like surveys, webinars, or conference calls down the road. You can participate in as many or as few research studies as you like and remove yourself from the list at any time. Sincerely, Brendan Reeves If you would like to be removed from the Microsoft User Research program email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Remove" in the subject line.
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Office 365 Usability Research Wants You!