What's included in Office 365?

Microsoft Office 365 offers several plans for businesses, with many options to support your needs. But it can be tough to figure out what's included in each plan, or which one fits your business. You can use the service descriptions for Office 365 to find out exactly what's in each plan, down to the individual features.

To see specific details, see the relevant service description in the list below. To compare feature sets broadly across plans, see Compare Office 365 for Business plans.

Tip: Microsoft offers the Office 365 Onboarding benefit for eligible services in eligible plans. The Onboarding benefit lets you work remotely with Microsoft specialists to get your Office 365 environment ready for use. For more information, see FastTrack Center Benefit for Office 365.

Office 365 services

Exchange Online   

Make email, calendar, contacts, and tasks available in the cloud with Exchange Online.

Find out about features for protecting and archiving your data:

Learn about limits for a variety of Exchange Online service areas:

OneDrive for Business   

Give your users online storage space in the cloud with OneDrive for Business.

SharePoint Online   

Help your organization easily create and manage team-focused and project-focused sites for collaboration with SharePoint Online.

Skype for Business Online   

Provide instant messaging, online meetings, and more for people anytime and from virtually anywhere with Skype for Business Online.

Power BI   

Analyze your business in the cloud with Power BI.

Project Online   

Manage projects, portfolios, and everyday work with Project Online.

Yammer   

Get your teams working together with the private enterprise social network Yammer.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online   

Add customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.

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