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Tracy van der Schyff

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A minimalist approach to computing with #Office365 and #Windows

With 2019 a reality, we can expect many New Year's Resolutions flooding our social media feeds. The usual suspects being: Losing weight, eating healthy, exercise more, etc. I can't help you get to gym more, but I can help you... Continue Reading →

Amplify your Digital Creativity with Modern SharePoint Sites at #SPC19

Just to get you excited for the SharePoint Conference, May 21 - 23, 2019 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, here's an overview of my session: Amplify your Digital Creativity with Modern SharePoint Sites: We’ve always wanted to transform SharePoint sites into... Continue Reading →

Turn off the Start Screen in #Microsoft #Office

Are you tired of seeing that Start Screen in #MicrosoftOffice first, then you have to click on new document to open the application? Well I was as well, so here's another tip for you to save a couple of minutes... Continue Reading →

Viking Laws for #Office365 Projects & User Adoption

Honored to have delivered the keynote and a modern #SharePoint session at #SPSOslo this weekend. Met some really amazing people and of course, saw my #Microsoft #Office365 Family again. The keynote was about Digital Literacy and Citizen Developers and as... Continue Reading →

Supercharged #OneNote in #MicrosoftTeams for #Office365 Education

The last couple of weeks I've been training a company on #Office365 for Education subscriptions. I noticed something pretty cool in #MicrosoftTeams that I'd like to share with you. I'm really hoping we'll get this in the Enterprise and Small... Continue Reading →

Business Case for using #Microsoft #Office365 #Sway

#Microsoft #Sway in the #Office365 toolbox is a great tool to use, but as with all things tech, we need to first figure out if we need it, and then how to use it. Let's take a look at the different... Continue Reading →

Change the Voices and Speed of Read Aloud in #Microsoft #Office365

A relatively new feature in #MicrosoftOffice allows you to select text and use "Read Aloud" to read it back to you. It highlights the words it's reading and I reckon this is pretty cool from an Accessibility and Time Saving... Continue Reading →

Yes, #MicrosoftTeams “Over-Adoption” does exist, and it’s scary

You might be worried about #UserAdoption, your users are not using the technologies available to them, but there's something that's MUCH scarier. And that's "Over-Adoption". And it's not a new thing, we've suffered from this for years without knowing it.... Continue Reading →

Restore corrupt files which are saved on #OneDrive or #SharePoint

AAARGHH!!!! There is nothing as frustrating as receiving that "Excel cannot open the file.... file has been corrupted." message. This happens to me occasionally, especially on those files that I edit often, across different devices and when the files have... Continue Reading →

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