FYI incorporates a rich integration with Microsoft Office products such as Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Outlook Email App
The Email AutoFile Settings and Exclusions controls how the automatic filing of email from Outlook is managed. This is managed by your FYI Administrator. Refer to Email AutoFIle Settings and Exclusions.
Outlook Calendar App
The Calendar Entry AutoFile automatically imports and files client meetings from your users' Outlook calendars. They are created as Meetings in FYI and allows your practice to automatically store a record of all client meetings. This is managed by your FYI Administrator. Refer to Calendar Entry AutoFile.
FYI Add-ins for Office and Outlook
To ensure that FYI can leverage the full benefits from your practice Microsoft 365 subscription, you need to add the FYI for Office and the FYI for Outlook apps to your Practice Microsoft 365 account.
The FYI Add-ins can be downloaded from the Microsoft Apps Store at http://appsource.Microsoft.com
Once added, the FYI Add-ins will be available from within your Office products.
This is a mandatory step, that must be completed before your team begins using FYI.
You must be a Microsoft 365 Administrator for your practice to complete this function on behalf of other users.
Note: You can also add the FYI Add-ins as an individual user from with Office and Outlook. This may be a good option if only a small number of individuals are accessing FYI during your 30-Day Free Trial.
Setting Up OneDrive for FYI Users
It is important to ensure each FYI user's OneDrive is linked to FYI and synchronising to the desktop.
Once the synchronisation has been completed, you should see your "OneDrive - Practice Name" in Windows Explorer.
Within this folder you should see the FYI system folders such as “FYI - Import”, “FYI - My Edits”, “FYI - My Imports”.
When set up correctly, you will be able to use the Edit in Desktop function from within FYI.
After selecting “Finished Editing ”, the uploaded document will be automatically synced into FYI and made available to other users to edit.
For the IT professionals
Refer also to the following Microsoft help articles for additional information.
- Deploy Microsoft 365 Apps by using Remote Desktop Services
- Error when opening the Click-to-Run version of an Office program or suite on a terminal server
- Overview of shared computer activation for Microsoft 365 Apps. This provides information for IT Professionals about shared computer activation for use in shared computer scenarios, such as deploying Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise with Remote Desktop Services (RDS).
- Deploy Microsoft 365 Apps by using Remote Desktop Services. If you use Remote Desktop Services (RDS) to provide shared computers to users in your organization, you can install Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise on those computers. But, you have to use the Office Deployment Tool and enable shared computer activation to do the installation.
- Error when opening the Click-to-Run version of an Office program or suite on a terminal server. This details how to works around an issue that prevents you from opening the Click-to-Run version of an Office 2013 and Office 2016 program or suite. This issue occurs after you install the program or suite on a terminal server.
Refer also to Supported Environments.