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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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#Microsoft365 Day 324: See the Tracking on Meetings you didn’t schedule in Outlook

We know that only one person can schedule a meeting in Outlook, and that can be frustrating when you need to track and help with the scheduling. Sometimes we just need to see who's accepted / declined to make other... Continue Reading →

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#Microsoft365 Day 278: Send important emails to #OneNote pages

This is a winner for sure!!! At the moment it only seems to send to your personal OneNote, but I'm going to try and figure that out. I immediately thought of saving time and being much more productive by sending... 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 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 117 – Capture leads and contacts with Forms, Flow and SharePoint

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #MSTechSummit #MSForms #MSFlow #SharePoint I was fortunate to present at and attend the Microsoft Tech Summit in Cape Town this week.  Typical to my nature, business cards and 'talking shop' was the last thing on my mind during the... Continue Reading →

Day 353 – Connect to Outlook in SharePoint

#Office365Challenge Yes we're trying to change culture. Yes we want to collaborate more and be more efficient, but most of us still hang around in Outlook, right? Bad habits are hard to break - and there is a place for everything,... Continue Reading →

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