Office 365 is a great tool and it’s easy to manage. However if you are already an admin user then there will always be times when you want to assign admin permissions to someone else so that they can make the changes. You’ll need admin permissions to edit attachment size limits, add new users, edit policies and much more.
Microsoft Office 365 is Microsofts online collaboration platform and provides a wealth of features such as Email, Cloud file management, as well as web versions of Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
You’ll need to know how to assign admin permissions to a user within your organisation which can be done in the Admin section.
Step by step guide
- Log in to Office 365 with admin permissions.
- Click on square dots in the top left corner and click on the Admin tile.
- Click on Users then Active Users.
- Tick the user to whom you want to assign Admin permissions and click the Edit button next to the Roles section on the right hand side.
- Tick Global Administrator. You’ll have to enter an alternative email address in case this account is locked out. Then click Save.
- You’re done.