Who qualifies for the Microsoft Community Tenant?
Not-for-profit organizations organizing Events, User Groups, and Community Days focused on Microsoft products and services hosting a minimum of one event or meeting per year.
Qualified organizations will need to provide contacts for two distinct real-life owners who will be named owners. Each organization will be required to complete periodic post-event surveys to continue use of the Microsoft Community Tenant.
*non-profit status (i.e., 501c3) is not required, however, commercial organizations do not qualify.
What do qualified communities get?
Access to a team, private to your organization. This team is yours to customize and can be used to host virtual events, manage pre-event and post-event content, and enable continued collaboration with your community between the times you meet.Learn more
Five E5 Licenses
Each group or event leader will receive a msftcommunity.com account with Microsoft 365 tools, limited to five (5) per team.Learn more
Receive guidance and resources from Microsoft experts to help you get the most out of your community events.Learn more
Connect and share best practices with community organizers around the world and gain access to shared presentations.Learn more
Included with Your E5 License
Applications: Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Access, Microsoft Office mobile app, and Office online
Email & Calendar: Outlook, Exchange
Social: SharePoint, Yammer
Meetings & Voice: Microsoft Teams – Regular meetings, webinars with registration, Teams Live Events for large productions.
Files & Content: OneDrive for Business, Microsoft Stream, Sway
Task Management: Microsoft PowerApps, Planner, Microsoft To-Do