If you're already signed in to any Office 365 application, you will be automatically signed in to Bing for business when you go to Bing.com. With Bing for business, you can find bookmarks to internal sites and tools, information about co-workers and other people in your organization, and files stored on your organization's SharePoint and OneDrive for Business.
Designated administrators and editors in your organization create and publish bookmarks to sites, tools, and other resources. Bookmark results include a brief description of the site or resource along with a link to it. Organizations commonly create bookmarks for these searches: benefits, HR, travel, IT support, book time off. But, because these bookmarks are managed by your organization, they may vary, and these sample searches may not return results.
People results provide details about an individual in your organization, including their name, email, title or role, and office location. You can also:
The types of information you'll see may vary from this description. Administrators in your organization determine the content that appears in Bing for business results.
Including both first and last name will return the best result, but, if you only know part of their name, Bing for business will show you the result that best matches your search and, if possible, offer to show more results.
In some cases, for example, when a name is a very common web search, the people result may not automatically appear. To see it, in the upper-right corner of the page, on the Business results menu, select People.
File results include the file name and location and may also include a brief snippet of the contents and who modified it last and when. You can find files stored in SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, supported file types include:
File results are organized by type:
For example, entering 'documents about tax codes' in the search box will return any files that have been shared with you that pertain to tax codes.
When you're signed in to Bing for business, some features, like Bing Interests and Microsoft Rewards, may be behave differently.
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