If you have ever needed to normalize the cases of words in Excel, this tip is for you! Excel actually has functions for this: PROPER, UPPER, and LOWER. Read more
Maybe I’m the odd duck here, but up until recently I ignored the “Conditional Formatting” options in Excel. Boy, was I missing out! Conditional formatting is great, and Excel actually offers some really helpful options. Below, we will walk through highlighting blank cells in Excel, but I encourage you to check out the other possibilities as well.
Microsoft has made it easier than ever to use multiple accounts with Office 365. Keep reading to learn how to sign in and switch between multiple accounts.
Did you know that you can use Team or Channel @mentions in Teams to snag every team/channel member’s attention? Maybe you’re posting an Announcement or just want to check in for a status update–whatever the case, learn how below!
Microsoft recently added the ability to create “announcements” in channels. Announcements look sharp and will catch your users’ attention–especially if you mark it “important”! We’ll walk through creating one below.
This tip is an oldie-but-goodie. If you want to categorize or color-code your emails and appointments, you’ll have to customize the Categories in Outlook. Please note that categories are easiest used with Exchange mailboxes, though it is possible to assign keyboard shortcuts to categories and assign them to non-Exchange mail that way. Read more
Microsoft is making it easier than ever to preview upcoming features in the Outlook desktop application! One toggle is all it takes, though you need to restart Outlook to load the preview features. Read more
Maybe this sounds familiar–you were chatting with a colleague in Microsoft Teams, and they sent a file via a private chat. It was so long ago that you can’t recall exactly when it was sent, who actually sent it, and can’t find the file in the Microsoft Teams search. While Microsoft hasn’t added this ability to Teams yet, there is a workaround… Read more
The Message Center in Office 365 is easy to ignore, but there is actually a lot of good information there. You can see upcoming or new features in various O365 apps, planned changes, and existing issues in a single location. Keep reading for a brief overview of the Message Center.
When you log in to Office 365 via portal.office.com, you’ll see an assortment of Apps that you can immediately open:
But what if an app that you frequently access is missing? It’s easy to add application shortcuts to the app launcher; keep reading to learn how!