Resources for Admins

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About admin roles

Your subscription comes with a set of admin roles that you can assign to users in your organization. Each admin role maps to common business functions and gives people in your organization permissions to do specific tasks in the admin centers. For more information, see Assign admin roles.


Training & resources for admins

Microsoft documentation

Microsoft 365 deployment guides

Also, check out Microsoft 365 Core advanced deployment guides for Exchange, SharePoint, and Teams by Microsoft’s Jessica Guindi on the Microsoft FastTrack blog. And you can find all Microsoft 365 guides here.

LinkedIn Learning for admins – 1-month free trial

Check out the Microsoft 365 admin courses on LinkedIn Learning. LinkedIn Learning offers thousands of on-demand courses created by industry experts. Plus, you’ll receive personalized course recommendations tailored to your unique needs, backed by data-driven insights from millions of professionals on the worldwide LinkedIn network.

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Highly rated books for admins on Amazon

The 365 Training Portal provides access to Microsoft’s top online resources. However, if you prefer to have a good book on hand, we have also selected three highly rated books on Amazon for you to consider.

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Microsoft certification

Microsoft Ignite Book of News


YouTube channels

Noteworthy for admins

See also


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