What is Delve?

According to Microsoft’s website Delve is defined as this:

“Delve helps you discover the information that’s likely to be most interesting to you right now – across Office 365. Find information about people – and through people – and help others find you.

You don’t have to remember the title of a document or where it’s stored. Delve shows you documents no matter where they’re stored in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint in Office 365.

Delve never changes any permissions, so you’ll only see documents that you already have access to. Other people will not see your private documents. Learn more about privacy.”

  • Delve is not installed on your computer when you install Office365, it’s available when you log  into the Office365 portal.  You can also install the app on your mobile devices!    When I log into Office365 my page looks like this:

Delve 1

You can see my most recent documents and open them from there.  You can see an Organizational Chart.  People, I know and work with frequently.  I can even save favorite documents there as well.

I can also search for other things in Delve if I can’t remember the name of it but I know what it was about.  See here a search for MDM documents:

Delve 3


More tips and tricks with Delve next week!


About Amy Ewald

I’m a wife and mother of a 7-year-old daughter. I’ve worked in the IT industry as a Systems Administrator for over 18 years. I experienced my first migraine at age 11. My migraines have progressively grown in frequency after the birth of my daughter. I was diagnosed with chronic migraine. I write to help migraine sufferers, https://mommyhasamigraine.com I also enjoy, walking, yoga, writing, reading and spending time with my family. I'm currently writing and illustrating a children's book for parents with migraines to help their children understand the problem and how they can help!

Posted on August 25, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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