What do you like best?
Office 365 comes with a host of applications for everyday use in the office and at home.
Microsoft Excel provides a huge range of functionalities that can help with managing bills, calculating costs and working with numbers. It is also great for generating charts and analysing statistical data.
Excel also feeds into powerpoint so you can update a powerpoint slide with the latest dataset simply by uploading the new dataset into excel.
The ability to programmatically perform functions is also a great time saver, particularly with repetitive and complex tasks.
Microsoft Word has tons of functionality and is effective for more simple tasks such as writing a letter, to more complex tasks such as creating legal documents, writing books etc.
The benefit of using Office 365 is the constant updates and always being on the latest version of the software.
What do you dislike?
Downside to Office 365 is the constant subscription fee that is charged monthly/ annually. It is cheaper in the short term to buying a full release suite such as Office 2019, but over time it works out to be more expensive.
Some extra pieces of software such as Visio require additional license fees, which is a shame as you may only want to use it a few times but it's only worth purchasing if you are a frequent user and the alternative - publisher/ excel- doesn't really fit the job effectively.
Recommendations to others considering the product:
Worth looking at alternatives such as the annual releases as it may work out cheaper for you.
There is also a free trial which would be useful for you to look into as it will allow you to see how often you use the software and whether it fulfils your requirements.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
I use office 365 for more basic tasks such as creating presentations through powerpoint, writing letters and managing finances with Excel.