Quick tip. Consider linking hyperlinking your name in your internal email signature to your Delve profile page in Office 365. I know that there are many places where your contact card is available in Office 365 and in a couple of clicks, you can visit someones profile page in your organization. But to make it … Continue reading Link to your new Delve profile in your internal email signature
I have watched my Clutter folder in my Office 365 mailbox grow steadily since I activated it last year. It has been working well for me and I have built up the courage to do it... yes, I'm going to use "The Clutter Finger" with complete faith in my abilities and the abilities of Clutter. The … Continue reading The Clutter Finger – Parody
Here's a quick tip, showing you a couple of ways to advance through a Sway presentation. http://youtu.be/Gk2uQsGimbs I used this great Sway from Italian Math teacher and Microsoft Expert Educator Virginia Alberti, to demonstrate advancing through a Sway. Find out how to make your own Sway presentations, at sway.com https://sway.com/s/N7qXi-S_1czLpGd0/embed
Continuing with my fun using Microsoft Sway, I skim through some of the features of the new Office 365 Groups. What are Office 365 Groups? Joining a Group Office 365 Group Conversations Sharing Group Files Managing Group Events Using Office 365 Groups from your smartphone or tablet The integration with Exchange and OneDrive for Business is … Continue reading What are Office 365 Groups? – A Sway Presentation
After logging into https://portal.office.com, you may be seeing a new homepage. Application tiles for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote are now available right from the moment you log in. People new to Office 365 often ask "How do I create an Office document? I have Office 365 now and I have read I can use … Continue reading Create Office documents from your homepage in Office 365
A little accidental discovery. One of those discoveries that makes sense, now that I know about it. If your files are located in SharePoint Online, how do you attach them to an email reply or new email message? In this video I use Outlook 2013 and Word 2013.
Microsoft OneNote. Not many people know it’s installed on their computer with Microsoft Office. I’ve been using it since 2003 as my notebook, research tool, place for drafts, sketching ideas, building searchable document repositories. When you hold or attend a meeting, the common tools are a whiteboard, pad and paper, hand outs of the agenda … Continue reading OneNote: The Interactive Whiteboard