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Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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#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 →

#Microsoft365 Day 156: Help when you need it in Microsoft Office

#Microsoft365 #Office365 Over the last couple of months I've seen major improvements when it comes to supplying in place training and support. For example in Teams you'll see Help, FAQ and Videos in the T-Bot. No idea when it was added,... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 139: How does Outlook fit into Microsoft Teams?

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #MicrosoftTeams When Teams got launched end of 2016, the industry was flooded with "When do I use what?" questions. Yup, I was one of them. For all of us it takes time to 'own' something and with that... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 127: Action ideas from OneNote with Outlook, Flow, Planner and Teams

#Microsoft365 #Office365 Thanks @DanielGlenn and @DarrellaaS for the inspiration at #MVPSummit to write this post. If you're a big lover of #OneNote like me, you'll be making lots of notes during conferences and getting super inspired by what you're seeing and hearing.... Continue Reading →

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