#Microsoft365Challenge – 365 Blogs in 365 Days about Microsoft 365. The challenge is on. Who’s joining me?
Some of you might know me as the Microsoft-loving, biker chick who did the Around the Office in 365 Days Challenge 2016/2017 (365 blogs in 365 days – #Office365Challenge). Against all (of my) odds I successfully finished this challenge on the 28th of February 2017. I did a wrap-up and gave you some reasons as to Why I wrote a blog, every single day, for 365 days
And now it’s time for a new challenge. I knew I would do this again, and the time is right. People said I’m crazy and they’ll say it again. 365 Blogs in 365 days – about Microsoft.
Purpose of this blog challenge:
I will write 365 blogs over the next 365 days around Microsoft 365. I won’t just be talking about the new Microsoft 365 subscription model. I will be sharing any news, tips and tricks around Office / Office 365 / Windows / Mobility and Security. And let’s not forget all the great new Apps & services available. A lot of what I’ll share on Office and SharePoint will also be applicable to none “Office 365” versions.
Here’s a quick tip – want to know if I’ve written about something? On this page – CTRL+A to select all, then CTRL+F to find. Type the word and it will highlight on the page.
Remember to take a look at the Around the Office in 365 days index as well.
#Microsoft365 Day 72: Become a world-class Cloud Computing Expert (free) #Microsoft365 Day 71: Get some ink done with Office 365 #Microsoft365 Day 70: Organize your OneNote with Subpages #Microsoft365 Day 69: Using Section Groups in OneNote #Microsoft365 Day 68: Have you used Office Lens yet? #Microsoft365 Day 67: Break the language barrier with Microsoft Translator #Microsoft365 Day 66: Get your FOCUS back with Bing Filters #Microsoft365 Day 65: Easy access to file location and version in Office #Microsoft365 Day 64: Reopen a tab you’ve accidentally closed in the browser #Microsoft365 Day 63: Use Windows Button to Magnify #Microsoft365 Day 62: Promote news from your SharePoint Communication site #Microsoft365 Day 61: The rise of the citizen developer #Microsoft365 Day 60: Pin to Quick Access in Windows File Explorer #Microsoft365 Day 59: Using a GIF in your Hero Web Part #Microsoft365 Day 58: Use Smart Lookup in Word – Insights and Definitions #Microsoft365 Day 57: Take the boring out of bullet points with PowerPoint Designer #Microsoft365 Day 56: Use PowerPoint Designer to UP your creative game #Microsoft365 Day 55: Insert screenshots in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook #Microsoft365 Day 54: #Office365 Training Center #Microsoft365 Day 53: New PowerPoint Recording Tab #Microsoft365 Day 52: Use Important messages and @mentions in your MS Teams #Microsoft365 Day 51: Align your shapes in PowerPoint #Microsoft365 Day 50: Microsoft Teams – you’re so hot right now! Microsoft 365 Day 49: Digital Literacy and the Impact on User Adoption Microsoft 365 Day 48: Save 30mins a day with these 10 Windows & Office Tips Microsoft 365 Day 47: Always open Windows Expanded (or not) Microsoft 365 Day 46: Change Start Screen when Office Applications Start Microsoft 365 Day 45: Create hyperlinks in Office Documents Microsoft 365 Day 44: Pin or unpin your Office Ribbon Microsoft 365 Day 43: How to insert a table of contents in Word Microsoft 365 Day 42: Use the Super Windows Button Microsoft 365 Day 41: Use the eyedropper for picking colours in PowerPoint Microsoft 365 Day 40: Modify the Quick Access Toolbar in Office Microsoft 365 Day 39: Customize your Office Ribbon Microsoft 365 Day 38: Insert SVG Icons in Microsoft Office Microsoft 365 Day 37: Using the Effect Options in PowerPoint Morph Transitions Microsoft 365 Day 36: Using Morph Transitions in PowerPoint Microsoft 365 Day 35: Why Teams is the User Adoption Catalyst Microsoft 365 Day 34: Stay up to date with new and improved Office 365 features Microsoft 365 Day 33: Supercharge your Search Skills Microsoft 365 Day 32: Administrator Settings for Microsoft Teams Microsoft 365 Day 31: Microsoft Teams 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 30: Sway 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 29: Stream 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 28: StaffHub 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 27: Skype for Business 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 26: SharePoint Online 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 25: Project Online 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 24: PowerApps 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 23: Power BI 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 22: Planner 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 21: OneDrive for Business 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 20: Office 365 Groups 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 19: SharePoint Newsfeed 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 18: Microsoft MyAnalytics 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 17: Microsoft Graph API Overview & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 16: MileIQ 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 15: Grow your business online with Microsoft Listings Microsoft 365 Day 14: Microsoft Invoicing 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 13: Microsoft Forms 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 12: Microsoft Flow 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 11: Dynamics 365 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 10: Office Delve / Office Graph 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 9: Microsoft Connections 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 8: Microsoft Bookings 101 & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 7: Azure 101 & related resources Microsoft 365 Day 6: Microsoft Apps, Add-ins & Services Glossary Microsoft 365 Day 5: Microsoft Office – Need to know & Resources Microsoft 365 Day 4: Office 365 Plans and Resources Microsoft 365 Day 3: Facilitating The Evolution Of Human Capabilities Microsoft 365 Day 2: Introducing Microsoft 365 Microsoft 365 Day 1: 10 Rules Zombieland taught me about User Adoption
This brings me to Braam. Yes, he’s a sheep. I took him with on my recent Frankfurt, Croatia, Monaco trip as well as to #MSIgnite – we had loads of fun and I was pleasantly surprised by his popularity 🙂
After our return Braam called me aside and shared with me that he would like to learn more about Microsof 365 (Ofice 365). #AskBraam was born.
Feel free to #AskBraam if you have questions or would like me to write about a specific topic. I’ve created a Flow to monitor Twitter for the #AskBraam hashtag and will try my best to incorporate any questions into the blogs, or answer them directly on Twitter. This will help Braam to learn firsthand via the questions posted.