Webinar: How to get started scripting for Office 365

Ben Steginkoffice365, powershell, webinar1 Comment

That’s right, I’m giving a webinar on How to get started scripting for Office 365! Originally, this would have had only one topic to cover, but with the Office 365 CLI also available as an option, we’ll be taking a look at that too.

When it comes to Office 365, there are quite a few things to be aware of when getting started writing scripts.  There are multiple modules, various ways to connect based on the module you’re using and platforms you can and can’t use depending on what service you want to connect to.

Then, you also have the Office 365 CLI that you can use for writing scripts for Office 365 on Windows, Linux or Mac, all using the same CLI.  In this webinar, we’ll look at getting started with it all!

When is it?

This week, on August 16, 2018 from 11am – 12pm EDT.  I realize this is a little short notice to get up on my blog, but hopefully you can still make it.

I also plan to host some additional webinars in the coming months diving into more details about writing PowerShell for the various Office 365 services.

If you can’t make this webinar (or don’t care to attend this one but want to be notified of future webinars, you can signup for the Intelligink mailing list where you’ll not on stay apprised of future webinars, but also get a monthly newsletter where I’ll provide my insights on some of the larger Office 365 announcements and updates from the past month.

How do I register and what’s the cost?

The important part…where do I register?  Simply go here – intg.ink/office365webinar and enter your name and email address.  You’ll be able to download a .ics file to add it to your calendar as well as an email with your link to attend.

What if that time doesn’t work for me or I’m reading this after the webinar?

If that time doesn’t for you, don’t despair, you still have options.

  1. You can sign up anyways, you’ll get a link via email after the event with a replay link so you can watch it later.  Of course, this only works if you’re reading it before I have the webinar.
  2. If you’re reading this post-webinar, you can sign up for a free membership at https://intelligink.com/membership. Once you’re signed up for a free membership you’ll have access to view this webinar as well as access to past and future resources from other presentations and webinars I’ve given.