Office 365 also affords the user a public web site with a presence online that can be used to attract others to a business or display information more widely.
Figure 15 By clicking the Website tab and Web Pages, you get access to editing a public page.
The public website editing window allows you to place photos and text into a pre-arranged grid or “zone” (see Figure 16).
Figure 16 By adding pictures, text, and other elements, you can reconfigure your public page(s).
The public page is available online through your SharePoint site and username (see Figure 17).
Figure 17 Office 365 gives you a public presence online with which to interact with clients, prospects, and other colleagues.
You can also upload a document to the Documents area of your public site. When you click to open it, it can be viewed in the Web App (PowerPoint, Excel, or Word), and you can copy the URL from your browser, and send that to anyone to share the file.
However, for true collaboration, you are better off adding users to your Team Site to allow them access to your files.