A new and improved header menu is rolling out to Office 365 Groups. I say improvement because much as I like elipses menus (...), they can unintensionally hide good options and features. The new header follows the style of the header in Yammer groups, so when Yammer is integrated into the Office 365 Groups hub of … Continue reading O365 Groups Update – Header menu, Planner-Notebook tip
OneNote and Docs.com have delivered yet another valuable way to share notebooks in this announcement. If you've ever wanted an easy way to give a copy of a OneNote notebook to many people, now you can. Publish your notebook to your Docs.com profile and then your followers / audience can download their very own copy. … Continue reading Publish your OneNote notebooks via Docs.com
Here's a quick post before my tip gets lost in Twitterverse. After enjoying a good upgrade experience, I went to use my pen for my Surface Pro 3 and it wasn't responding. The first thing that occurred to me was the right thing - pair your pen again. Hey @Surface 3 & Pro 3 … Continue reading Pair your Surface 3 pen after the Windows 10 upgrade
Jeff Noss from Princess Anne Middle School in Virginia Beach wanted to know if a OneNote Class Notebook can be used by a student who doesn't have an Office 365 email account. @ktwar231 @DarrellCWebster @mrslyndsayhamby how exactly is it done if students have 365 but no email? Provide instructions please — Jeff Noss (@jffnss) July … Continue reading Can a student participate in a OneNote Class Notebook if he’s Scott Noemail?
The OneNote Class Notebook app used to create and manage class notebooks is being added to the Office 365 app launcher (blogs.office.com). This change is currently rolling out in the US. Some schools were not managing to deploy the Class Notebook app using the recommended method. So worldwide, Microsoft will be making the OneNote Class … Continue reading Where are your OneNote Class Notebooks?
I had the pleasure of meeting with David Alexander from the Sway team, to talk about how Microsoft came up with the wizardry and magic that Sway uses to make our presentations look so good. Sway is an online service that helps you to create, curate and express your ideas in exciting and interactive ways. … Continue reading Using Sway at Microsoft Ignite with David Alexander
I saw a school new to Office 365, begin to explore the features on their own. They were given access to their email via Outlook Web Access, before they received any training. Because Outlook was their first view of Office 365, a teacher started and Office 365 Group and began to explore using it for … Continue reading O365 LightBulb: Office 365 Groups for class collaboration