Features of Microsoft Search

Key admin features include:

  • Enterprise bookmarks

    Find sites, tools, and other information within your enterprise

  • Enterprise Q&As

    Answer the most frequently asked questions in your organization

  • Import and export bookmarks and Q&As

    Streamline creating and updating with bulk importing, exporting, and editing

  • Locations

    Find addresses and locate your organization's buildings, offices, and other workspaces on a map

  • Management

    Configure, create content, and define search keywords and phrases

  • Users and permissions

    Your Global Administrator or Microsoft Search administrator authorizes additional admins who manage the Microsoft Search configuration and editors who create content

  • Analytics

    Understand how your organization is using Microsoft Search

Key end-user features include:

  • People

    Find people and understand their role within the company, what they're working on, and ways to contact them

  • Organizational charts

    Understand a person's place within the company and easily browse their peers, management, and direct reports

  • Files

    Find contextual and relevant files saved on SharePoint and OneDrive for Business

  • Office 365 groups

    Find a group by its name or members, explore groups a person belongs to, and browse shared content

  • Resources and tools

    Get links to internal and external resources, tools, and more to easily find the information you need

  • SharePoint sites

    Search for a site by name or see results for a person or group

  • Teams and Yammer conversations

    Find contextual and relevant results from public and group conversations

  • Locations

    Find address and map results for buildings, offices, campuses, and more

  • First-run experience

    The first time a user signs in to Microsoft Search and goes to Bing, they'll get information about using it and the types of work results they'll find when they search