“Wow, I can do that?” Ever find yourself saying this when somebody shows you a little-known feature on your computer? Even some of the most frequent computer users find themselves surprised when they learn about a capability one of their programs has that they weren’t even aware of. And if you use the Microsoft 365 suite of office software, there may be a few features that will come in handy when you’re trying to get the job done and run your business.

Here are five of our favorite things you can do with Microsoft 365 that you might not know about:

1) Sync up all of your applications across any computer

Okay, so maybe you already know about this one. In fact, if you’ve been using Microsoft for years, you probably already do know about this one. But we’re bringing it up to emphasize what a difference it makes when you’re trying to be efficient in your business practices, especially if you have multiple people working on the same project or if you tend to work in different places throughout the day.

The way syncing works, in short, is that any document you create (whether it’s a Word document, Excel spreadsheet, PowerPoint presentation, and so forth) gets synced up to any device that’s logged into your Microsoft 365 account. Therefore, you don’t need to worry about saving anything to a flash drive if you want to take your work with you. You can simply shut down your computer at work, go home to take care of family stuff, and get back to work on your home computer later that evening. Headed out on the road? Take your laptop or tablet and pull up the docs you need when you’re working at a coffee shop.

This also means you don’t have to worry about losing access to your documents if you’re unable to get to the office for some reason. The next time a huge blizzard sweeps through town unexpectedly, you’re able to carry on work from your home office without missing a beat.

2) Focus your Outlook Inbox

Ever feel as if your email inbox is just a mess that you’ll never be able to conquer? We all feel that way from time to time. And then we’re faced with the inevitable nightmare of overlooking an important email from a client.