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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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Office Servers MVP & Absolute lover of all things People, Microsoft & Tech. My life Mission is to facilitate the evolution of human capabilities.

Monitor #MSIgnite #Tweets with #MicrosoftFlow, #SharePoint & #Planner

With approximately a week to #MSIgnite, now is the time to do some preparation, because as soon as you hit that floor it will be learning, walking, chatting & having fun. No time for administration. Here's some tips to manage... Continue Reading →

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Use #OneNote to manage the Information overload at #MSIgnite

Here's some tips on preparing for #MSIgnite and also how to handle all the information you'll consume and try to remember. Of course I'm saying use #Microsoft #OneNote. Let me show you an easy way to categorize and prepare your pages... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365: Why I wrote 365 Blogs in a year, TWICE!

#Microsoft365 #Office365 I actually can't believe it's that time again. I've made it... phew. Again I would love to share with you why I do these crazy things, and what I've learnt from it. The short answer is, why the hell not... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 365: My 16 Favorite #PowerPoint Tips and Tricks – THE END

How could I not end this #Microsoft365Challenge off with my favorite things about #PowerPoint? Yay!!! I've made it (again). Please stop me if I try to do this again. To this day, #PowerPoint / #Creative blogs are still my most popular blogs... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 364: Format RAG Status with #JSON in #SharePoint

For the second last post in my #Microsoft365Challenge I decided to talk about #JSON again. "He's" a pretty cool guy, and it's really amazing what we can achieve by using JSON to format columns in #SharePoint. In this video I'll... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 363: Apply Status Column Formatting using #JSON in #SharePoint

The Column Formatting was launched September last year (2017), and I actually haven't tried it out. So let's do that. I'm going to be using #JSON to apply formatting in a list in #SharePoint, on a status column. And believe... Continue Reading →

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