With so many people working remotely right now, it’s no wonder you’re hearing about Microsoft Teams and Google Meet more than ever. If you’re wondering which is better for you or your organization, I’ve compiled some of the key points to consider below.
There are a number of reasons why you’d want to be able to compare time zones at a glance–maybe you are a frequent traveler, or your colleagues are distributed across the world. Whatever the case, it is possible to show up to three time zones on your Outlook calendar, easing the mental math quite a bit! Read More
Note: This tip is intended for the OneNote app as OneNote 2016 is no longer being updated.
Did you know that in the OneNote app, you can set the default paste formatting behavior? If you find yourself frequently changing the paste formatting after pasting, you might want to configure this setting! You can still easily change the formatting mode if the default mode isn’t best for the content being pasted. Read More
Did you know that you can automatically size columns and rows in Excel in a few seconds? You just need to know where to click. This is one of my absolute favorite tips!
OneNote allows you to easily insert a PDF printout of another document onto a page, which you can then markup or reference as needed. This is great for keeping notes during meetings or marking up documents for formatting changes. Please note that these instructions were tested with OneNote, the Windows 10 App, not OneNote 2016.
Microsoft recently added a feature to Teams allowing you to post a single announcement or message to multiple channels. This will be a great way to snag people’s attention (imagine using this + the announcement or ‘mark important’ features) and post important messages across a channel without needing to copy and paste the message multiple times. Read More
I like my calendars to be color-coded. It looks nice, and when you have a busy week it just helps make sense of your calendar at a glance. You can use conditional formatting in Outlook to automatically assign colors to calendar items using conditions that you create. This really takes the work out of color-coding your calendar!