Microsoft Office 365 Login
Office 365 works best when everybody in the team has an Office 365 account – and your account is everything to you in Office 365, it’s your identity, and when it comes to working in the cloud, your identity and the security of that identity is really important. It doesn’t matter if you share mailboxes, or files, or responsibilities with another person, because that can all be accounted for and easily configured. The bottom line is, that having your own Office 365 login is essential.
There are a few different ways to log in to Office 365, One is via https://portal.office.com. That takes you to your Office 365 Portal and you can get to everything from here.
Office 365 Personal and Office 365 Work or School Explained
Microsoft provides two types of accounts. There are Personal Accounts and there are Work or School accounts. Unfortunately, these aren’t the only two names that these accounts go by.
- Personal Accounts are also called Live IDs or Microsoft Accounts
- Work or School accounts are also known as Office 365 accounts
- Organisational accounts or even Azure Active Directory accounts.
But basically, Personal accounts are accounts for consumers and you can use them to log into consumer-level services like regular Skype, Xbox Live or Outlook.com. Work or School accounts are accounts that are given to you by your work or school.
- And you’ll primarily use them to sign in to the Office 365 services.
The tricky part is, that these two accounts can be used to log into the same applications and services, and you can have the same email address associated with both types of accounts.
For Work or School: How to login to Office 365
Go to Microsoft.com Office login
- Go to https://login.microsoft.com to log in to your Office 365 account.
Enter Your Organizational Account
- Enter your “organizational account” and click “Next”.
Enter Your Password
- Enter provided/existing organization account password as your password and click “Sign in”.
If you don’t see the Organization logo with “Microsoft 365” when you’re prompted to enter your password, please contact IT Support for assistance with your account