Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities



#MSIgnite 2020: Resources & Announcements

This is not a recap blog as I sadly couldn't attend any sessions at #Microsoft #MSIgnite. I did however make notes of resources as it was shared for my own reading list and thought it might help others as well.... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 Day 50: Microsoft Teams – you’re so hot right now!

#Microsoft365 - #MSIgnite supported my feeling - I still consider "Microsoft Teams" the gateway drug to consumption of the greater Office 365 apps and services. Of course I mean this in a good way - the best way, as Microsoft... Continue Reading →

Day 211 – How are Permission levels made up?

 #Office365Challenge This post will give you detail regarding the different permissions (attributes) which make up the various permissions levels. Day: 211 of 365, 154 left Tools: SharePoint Description: Default permission levels in SharePoint Related Posts / Resources: Default permission levels in SharePoint... Continue Reading →

Day 210 – Default permission levels in SharePoint

 #Office365Challenge Today's post is special, not because it's the 210th one in a row, or because it's about permissions. It's the first blog post I've written away from home, which is South Africa, and that's kinda special to me. Day: 210 of... Continue Reading →

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