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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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#Microsoft365 Day 324: See the Tracking on Meetings you didn’t schedule in Outlook

We know that only one person can schedule a meeting in Outlook, and that can be frustrating when you need to track and help with the scheduling. Sometimes we just need to see who's accepted / declined to make other... Continue Reading →

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#Microsoft365 Day 323: Wish you had a PA that could read your emails to you?

In April 2018 they released "Listen to your Emails" for Office 365. This can be a great time saver if you're physically busy with something else, but want an overview of a mail that's come in. AND you'll save money... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 278: Send important emails to #OneNote pages

This is a winner for sure!!! At the moment it only seems to send to your personal OneNote, but I'm going to try and figure that out. I immediately thought of saving time and being much more productive by sending... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 262: Create a Planner Task when email is sent to #MicrosoftTeams Channel

Today one of my blog followers asked if a task can be created when I send an email to a Channel in Teams. Of course I went and tried this out. As per my previous blog, you can send an... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 261: How to setup different time zones in #MicrosoftOutlook

It really gets tricky when working with so many people from different time zones. The ability to add another 2 time zones to your calendar really helps to keep track of the time differences. Now you'll know why someone sounds... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 256: Send emails to the channels in your #MicrosoftTeams

When you start using Teams, you actually want to avoid communicating with the same Team through Outlook as well. Occasionally you have to send an email though and a great way to keep track of that and notify your Team... Continue Reading →

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