Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities


Office 365

From Talent to Skill with #Microsoft365

I meet many people who go through life thinking they don't have any talents. This couldn't be further from the truth. Our environments don't always support the development of those talents, but that doesn't mean we don't have them. I... Continue Reading →


The true ROI on Empowering your Citizen Developers in #Microsoft365

After delivering my session at Modern Workplace Conference Paris (#MWCP18), I am inspired to share some more information to help you realize the value you have in empowering your users. As humans we tend to only look at the BIG... 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 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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