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Top 20 Tips for Office 365 Productivity

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Presented April 9th, 2020 as part of the Teams Day Online event (www.modernworkplacesummits.com), focusing on Microsoft Teams and closely related Office 365 products and features. All of these tips were originally shared as part of the O365 Productivity Tips webinars that I run with Tom Duff (@duffbert), with most tips expanded on through my blog at www.buckleyplanet.com

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Top 20 Tips for Office 365 Productivity

  1. 1. Top 20 Tips for Office 365 Productivity Christian Buckley Founder & CEO of CollabTalk LLC Microsoft RD & MVP
  2. 2. Christian Buckley Founder & CEO of CollabTalk LLC Microsoft RD + MVP cbuck@collabtalk.com www.buckleyplanet.com @buckleyplanet
  3. 3. Pinned Channels in Teams As the number of Teams and Channels proliferates, one of the most common complaints from end users is trying to keep their navigation clean and organized. While the AI in Teams will automatically “hide” Teams that are less frequently used, the reality is that active Teams users are often jumping between specific, active Channels within multiple Teams, scrolling and expanding to get to the right place. With the new Pinned Channels, you can now “pin” your most active Channels to the top of your left nav. To pin a Channel, highlight the Channel and either right click, or select the ellipses, and then select Pin
  4. 4. Pinned Channels in Teams Once pinned, a new Pinned section appears at the top of your left nav, providing a short list of favorites for easier navigation. To remove a pinned Channel, simply reverse the process and Unpin the channel. blog
  5. 5. Pin your apps to the Left-Hand Rail in Teams As Microsoft Teams rapidly expands within your organization, one common complaint is that there is too much on the page: too many teams, too many channels, too many alerts. Microsoft has added features to help clean up the clutter and help people get more organized: search filters, favorites, pinning channels, and now – pinning apps. You can now pin personal apps to the left-hand rail (also known as the Teams app bar). Simply find the app, right-click the app icon, and select “pin”. Even after you navigate away, the app icon will remain so you can easily return to it. Additionally, you can pin apps to relevant channels or chats for easy access.
  6. 6. Pin your apps to the Left-Hand Rail in Teams Your Teams Admin can also create group policies so certain apps appear on everyone’s Teams app bar. Learn more about Admin app pinning at https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams- blog/four-more-reasons-to-love-apps-in-microsoft- teams/ba-p/1119114 Learn more about the admin capabilities at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/teams-app- setup-policies
  7. 7. Pin your apps to the Left-Hand Rail in Teams To pin an app to the left-hand rail, click on the ellipses (…) to find your app. What opens first is a list of your most recently added/used apps, which you can select from, or click on More Apps to see the full list of available apps.
  8. 8. Pin your apps to the Left-Hand Rail in Teams Once you’ve selected your app, it will appear in the left-hand rail, and any recent activity of the app will appear on the right.
  9. 9. Pin your apps to the Left-Hand Rail in Teams To remove or “unpin” the app, simply right click on the app and select Pin. The app remains on your system, but when you move away from the app (click on another left-rail item) it will disappear from your left-rail. If you are a Team admin and do not want an app used within your Team, you can Block the app altogether. You can also remove the app from your Team by selecting Uninstall. blog
  10. 10. Add an Office document as a tab in Teams If you find that sending team members to a document library to locate the file to which everyone needs to contribute, there is a better way… If you want your collaborative content to be more front-and-center so that people can actively review and comment, add your Office documents as a tab right inside of the relevant channel in Teams. This feature applies to any content uploaded into your team, and found within Files.
  11. 11. Add an Office document as a tab in Teams To add your Office document, go into the relevant Team and Channel where the content lives, and where you would like to collaborate with team members. From the top of your screen, select + to open a new tab.
  12. 12. Add an Office document as a tab in Teams The Add a Tab dialog box will open. Find and select the Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, PDF or wiki on which you would like to collaborate.
  13. 13. Add an Office document as a tab in Teams Once selected (in this case Word), navigate to the right project or folder to find your content, and select the file. You can navigate to content in other channels, or within other Teams – but remember that people who do not have access to those other locations may not be able to see and collaborate on this document. Double-click on the item, or select the file and click Save.
  14. 14. Add an Office document as a tab in Teams Once shared as a tab, you can then co-author, comment, or review within a real-time chat much more easily than sending someone to a document library and waiting for them to respond with comments. You can find out more about adding Office documents as a tab in Teams at https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft- sharepoint-blog/4-topnotch-teamwork-tips-for- microsoft-teams-plus-sharepoint/ba-p/864155 blog
  15. 15. Control who can email a channel in Teams Within Teams, you have the ability to collaborate within a Channel via email. For some organizations, you may want to control this access – restricting it to members of that Team, or to specific domains, thus limiting the capability for external users.
  16. 16. Control who can email a channel in Teams To find the email address to a Channel, right click or select the Channel ellipses > Get email address To control who can email the channel, select Advanced Settings Within the expanded view, select the appropriate control and click Save. Of course, admins can elect to shut off all email access to the Team, either as part of the Team provisioning process, or through the Teams admin console in the Office 365 admin center. blog
  17. 17. Share mobile Stream videos directly to Microsoft Teams Did you know that you can share video to Microsoft Teams directly from the Microsoft Stream iOS app?
  18. 18. Share mobile Stream videos directly to Microsoft Teams Here’s how:
  19. 19. Aggregated view with Planner Hub For project-centric organizations, Microsoft Planner is a quick and easy way to get organized. Integrated within Microsoft Teams, Planner provides list and card-based collaboration (Kanban), with the ability to create multiple Planner boards within a Team, or to leverage a single plan across multiple teams. The problem becomes your “portfolio” view of all of your Planner boards and assigned tasks. https://www.mirazon.com/tips-for-using- microsoft-planner/
  20. 20. Aggregated view with Planner Hub To see an aggregated view, log into Office.com and select the Planner app
  21. 21. Aggregated view with Planner Hub Once in Planner, select the Planner Hub from the left menu, and navigate between Recent Plans and All Plans. For the more visual perspective of your plans as shown here, select plans as Favorites, giving you visual cues into the health of each Planner board/plan.
  22. 22. Aggregated view with Planner Hub By selecting My Tasks, you can now look at all of your tasks in an aggregated view, allowing you to group tasks by project, due date, progress, etc.
  23. 23. Aggregated view in Planner Hub By the way…. Another way to see an aggregated view of all-things- Planner via your mobile device is through… the To-Do app blog
  24. 24. Planner and To-Do Integration  Planner is your out-of-the-box Kanban-based project management tool. Microsoft has finally taken steps to align this great tool with Microsoft To-Do.  Users can see all of their tasks across Microsoft 365 in To-Do, including flagged emails in Outlook and tasks assigned in Planner. View your tasks, deadlines, and details, and plan to get more done throughout your days.  To get started, update your To-Do app and click Show List when prompted to Track tasks assigned in Planner.  https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft- 365/blog/2019/05/29/new-to-microsoft-365- april-streamline-compliance-collaboration- inclusive-engaging/  https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsof t-To-Do-Blog/Planner-and-To-Do-integration- bringing-you-a-more-cohesive-task/ba-p/552740 blog
  25. 25. AI-Powered To-Do Tracking in Word Editor—Word’s AI-powered writing assistant—is an indispensable tool for the written word. But sometimes you need to leave a placeholder in your document and come back to it later to stay in your flow. Word now helps users create and fill in these placeholders without leaving the flow of their work. For example, type TODO: finish this section or <<insert closing here>> and Word recognizes and tracks them as to-dos. When you come back to the document, you’ll see a list of your remaining to-dos, and you can click each one to navigate back to the right spot.
  26. 26. AI-Powered To-Do Tracking in Word Once you’ve created your to-dos, Word can also help you complete them. If you need help from a friend or coworker, just @mention them within a placeholder. Word sends them a notification with a “deep link” to the relevant place in the document. Soon, they’ll be able to reply to the notification with their contributions, and those contributions will be inserted directly into the document— making it easy to complete the task with an email from any device. Over time, Office will use AI to help fill in many of these placeholders. In the next few months, Word will use Microsoft Search to suggest content for a to-do like <<insert chart of quarterly sales figures>>. You will be able to pick from the results and insert content from another document with a single click. Currently in preview with Office Insiders.
  27. 27. Automating Microsoft To-Do with your Smart Speakers  Households are increasingly using smart speakers and IoT devices to automate various aspects of our lives and increase productivity, but did you know that you can sync these services to Microsoft To-Do?  To use Siri with Microsoft To-Do, you begin by connecting your Outlook.com or Exchange account.  Go to your iPhone's settings, select Accounts & Passwords and then Add Account. Then select Exchange or Outlook.com and simply follow the prompts to add your account.  Once you’ve added your account, enable Reminders for that account by selecting Accounts & Passwords once more and then either Exchange or Outlook.com. Then make sure that Reminders is toggled on for that account.  Once your Microsoft Account has been connected, set your default Reminders list to one in your Outlook or Exchange account by opening your iPhone's settings, tap Reminders > Default List and then select the desired list.  Once set up, all you need to do is say 'Hey Siri, remind me to...' and it will be synced to your Microsoft To-Do list. Using Siri and Reminders with Microsoft To-Do on iOS11 and iOS12
  28. 28. Automating Microsoft To-Do with your Smart Speakers  For more details, check out the following:  Using Siri and Reminders with Microsoft To-Do on iOS11 and iOS12  Using Ok Google with Microsoft To-Do  Using Apple Watch with Microsoft To-Do  Additionally, there are many many many integrations available through services like IFTTT (If This Then That) and Zapier to help connect your smart speakers and smart phones to Microsoft apps and services, such as  Connecting Amazon Echo To-Do to OneNote
  29. 29. Create content in Word with the new, improved Dictation Save time and simplify work with improved speech-to-text! It’s now easy to create content with your voice in Word thanks to a new dictation toolbar, suggestions experience, and auto-punctuation support. You can also now work in six new preview languages: Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Japanese. The new Voice Dictation in Word for the web is rolling out to all Office 365 users now. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft- 365/blog/2020/02/27/improve-collaboration- apps-customize-experiences-new-to-microsoft- 365-in-february/
  30. 30. Visualize your data with Ideas in Excel If you’ve used the Ideas option in PowerPoint and were wondering when this fantastic, AI-driven feature would be included within Excel, it’s here! Excel Ideas helps users create high-quality documents, presentations, and spreadsheets in less time. Put simply, it uses AI to turn data into visualizations to help you easily identify summaries, trends, and patterns. In addition to getting recommendations from Ideas, you can also directly ask questions about your data and narrow down the Ideas by selecting only the fields you want to see. When you choose fields and how to summarize them, Ideas analyzes that data—speeding up the process and presenting fewer, more targeted suggestions.
  31. 31. Visualize your data with Ideas in Excel Ideas in Microsoft Excel empowers you to understand your data through high-level visual summaries, trends, and patterns. To start using Ideas in Excel, select your data set, and then click on Ideas on the top right ribbon. A panel opens on the far right with different visualizations of your data.
  32. 32. Visualize your data with Ideas in Excel You can refine the options you see by selecting specific fields on which to focus. These options change the visualizations available to you. The idea is to provide a jumpstart into these visualizations – which you can tweak and adjust to create the right view of your data and convey the right messaging. Once you’ve identified the visualization that works best for your data, select +Insert PivotChart
  33. 33. Visualize your data with Ideas in Excel A new tab is opened within your spreadsheet, with an abbreviated set of data based on your selection, and the related PivotChart. From here you can cut and paste into a presentation, or further manipulate the look and feel or the data. To learn more about Ideas, watch this video. To learn more about Ideas, read this article. blog
  34. 34. Present like a pro with PowerPoint Presenter Coach Now that you’ve made your content and graphs look amazing, PowerPoint Presenter Coach (in preview) helps you nail your delivery. For some, the art of delivering an impactful presentation comes naturally, while for others it can be a stressful experience. Available through PowerPoint for the Web, Presenter Coach provides real-time feedback and suggestions to help you gain confidence and improve your public speaking abilities.
  35. 35. Present like a pro with PowerPoint Presenter Coach As you practice presenting, it offers alternatives to filler words (e.g. “um”) as well as terms and phrases for inclusive audiences. It also alerts you when it senses you’re just reading the slides or reading them too slow or fast. When you’re done, you see a summary page with insights on how to improve over time. You can find out more about PowerPoint Presenter Coach at https://support.office.com/en- us/article/Rehearse-your-slide-show-with- Presenter-Coach-cd7fc941-5c3b-498c-a225- 83ef3f64f07b You can also watch PowerPoint Presenter Coach in action in this video.
  36. 36. Adding interactive Microsoft Forms to PowerPoint While not brand new, Forms is an underutilized resource that allows you to quickly and easily publish surveys and snap polls within your organization – or to external users and partners. Creating your surveys is easy, as is changing the question types, adding or removing answers, and rearranging the layout before or after you push it live. Additionally, as the survey author, you have access to real-time stats, and can share the results with your management team or respondents. https://forms.microsoft.com
  37. 37. Adding interactive Microsoft Forms to PowerPoint  Microsoft Forms is now integrated with PowerPoint for Office 365, providing a seamless way for speakers, trainers, and educators to connect and interact with participants. As shown in a Microsoft Tech Community blog post, presenters can get real-time audience feedback via forms and quizzes without asking them to leave PowerPoint.  To get started, in PowerPoint under Insert, click the Forms icon to create a new form/quiz or insert one you’ve already created.  Please note that this feature is currently only available for PowerPoint Windows 32
  38. 38. Adding interactive Microsoft Forms to PowerPoint To see the responses to your form or quiz, sign in to your Office 365 account at https://forms.office.com/ Open the appropriate form from your My forms page, and then select the Responses tab at the top of the page.
  39. 39. Adding interactive Microsoft Forms to PowerPoint To create a quiz, check out the article at https://support.office.com/en- us/article/create-a-quiz-with-microsoft- forms-a082a018-24a1-48c1-b176- 4b3616cdc83d blog
  40. 40. Play My Emails in Outlook Play My Emails delivers a seamless experience with Bluetooth-enabled wireless or wired audio devices such as headphones or your car audio:  Begins with a summary of your Focused Inbox  Begins with messages about meetings and events  Tells you how long ago a message was received  Cortana synthesizes the information in the message header and meta data and marries it with the insights about you  You can say “Hey Cortana” to interrupt the readout and provide simple commands or reply to a message with a short, dictated response.
  41. 41. Play My Emails in Outlook To use this feature in Outlook mobile: If you’re connected to an audio device (wired or Bluetooth), select the ▶ Play icon in the notification that appears at the bottom of the screen. Otherwise, open Outlook, swipe right from the left side of the screen to open the side menu, then select the ▶ Play icon. Voice commands include  Reply  Next  Previous  Skip  Pause  Resume  Archive  Flag this email  Unflag this email  Mark as read  Mark as unread  Delete  Exit  Send Feedback blog
  42. 42. Leverage the new Office App As you’ve probably seen in the MASSIVE media push, the new Office app for iOS and Android is now available! The big question: Does it replace your standalone apps? There is a great article by Jon Friedman, head of Microsoft Office design, on the reimagining of the app – and how Microsoft has more to come https://medium.com/microsoft- design/designing-the-new-office-app-for- mobile-1ec1162a966 You can download the app from the store: https://apps.apple.com/app/microsoft- office/id541164041
  43. 43. Leverage the new Office App The primary features include:  Adding notes  Snapping photos and videos  Reviewing and editing documents and slides The next layer down includes:  Transferring files from phone to PC  Converting image to text and table in Excel  Creating and manipulating PDFs
  44. 44. Leverage the new Office App You can search within existing cloud locations, including your SharePoint and OneDrive locations, which means also accessing O365 Groups-enabled Teams and Yammer In some ways, the new Office app duplicates some of the capability in the OneDrive app You can quickly and easily add new cloud locations, including a long list of 3rd party tools
  45. 45. Leverage the new Office App Find content, review visual cards Pin important documents Search for content across connected libraries Review and edit content in mobile format …and preview in print view View and edit metadata Share files from your mobile device
  46. 46. Leverage the new Office App Convert tables and graphs to Excel data Convert text within images to usable text
  47. 47. Leverage the new Office App Easily transfer images and files between your PC and phone One caveat mentioned by fellow MVP Hal Hostetler: Office mobile has an issue that Word, PowerPoint, and Excel mobile DO NOT have. It insists that all data and its cache must be in Internal memory. The three stand-alone apps allow data and cache to be placed in External memory (your MicroSD card). If you have an older phone or a newer one with limited memory (my LG G5 has 32 GB). its EASY to run out of memory!! Outlook mobile has the same issue PLUS it has no "sync slider" like the desktop app to limit memory load. blog
  48. 48. Timeline feature in Windows 10 If you ever find yourself with a rebooted machine and wondering what happened to the last few documents that were open on your desktop, leverage the Timeline feature in Windows 10. To enable this functionality, go into Settings > Privacy > Activity History to select which accounts to show, and whether you want to make your history visible (store your history locally) and/or share your history with Microsoft. https://joannecklein.com/2019/09/22/the-timeline- feature-in-windows-10-a-hidden-gem/
  49. 49. Timeline feature in Windows 10 If you ever find yourself with a rebooted machine and wondering what happened to the last few documents that were open on your desktop, leverage the Timeline feature in Windows 10. To enable this functionality, go into Settings > Privacy > Activity History to select which accounts to show, and whether you want to make your history visible (store your history locally) and/or share your history with Microsoft. https://joannecklein.com/2019/09/22/the-timeline- feature-in-windows-10-a-hidden-gem/
  50. 50. Timeline feature in Windows 10 If you ever find yourself with a rebooted machine and wondering what happened to the last few documents that were open on your desktop, leverage the Timeline feature in Windows 10. To enable this functionality, go into Settings > Privacy > Activity History to select which accounts to show, and whether you want to make your history visible (store your history locally) and/or share your history with Microsoft. https://joannecklein.com/2019/09/22/the-timeline- feature-in-windows-10-a-hidden-gem/
  51. 51. Timeline feature in Windows 10 Once enabled, select the Timeline from the nav bar and then drag the slider on the right to go back and select the documents, slides, or apps that you had open on that date.
  52. 52. Timeline feature in Windows 10 Once enabled, select the Timeline from the nav bar and then drag the slider on the right to go back and select the documents, slides, or apps that you had open on that date.
  53. 53. Improve brainstorming with Microsoft Whiteboard templates If you’re looking for ways to improve your team collaboration, it’s always helpful to start with a template — whether you’re trying to brainstorm your next big idea or get everyone on the same page. Within the Whiteboard app, there are now templates (in preview) to help you run more effective meetings with Kanban sprint planning, SWOT analysis, project planning, learning, & more. Pre-created layouts provide an immediate structure—with helpful tips for running activities— and expand to fit all your content. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft- 365/blog/2019/09/25/microsoft-365-web-desktop-productivity- new-features-office/
  54. 54. Improve brainstorming with Microsoft Whiteboard templates Getting started in easy. Go to Office.com and search for the Whiteboard app for your device or desktop (Windows 10). The website will push you to the relevant store, from which you can download and install the app.
  55. 55. Improve brainstorming with Microsoft Whiteboard templates Getting started in easy. Go to Office.com and search for the Whiteboard app for your device or desktop (Windows 10). The website will push you to the relevant store, from which you can download and install the app.
  56. 56. Improve brainstorming with Microsoft Whiteboard templates Once installed, select the + option from the bottom navigation to see your menu of options.
  57. 57. Improve brainstorming with Microsoft Whiteboard templates From here you can add the pre-built (preview) templates.
  58. 58. Improve brainstorming with Microsoft Whiteboard templates In this case, I’ve added a Kanban list which I’ll use with my team to organize our planning for an upcoming event, leveraging my Surface Pro to quick add and edit, and drag- and-drop tasks as I project onto a screen for the entire team. This is a great free tool that anyone with Windows (or iOS) can get started using quickly and easily. blog
  59. 59. Adding to OneNote Meeting Notes via Mobile Within any new meeting, you have the option to add OneNote meeting notes to any outgoing meeting invite. From the Appointment menu, simply select Meeting Notes. Next, select either Share Notes with the Meeting or Take Notes on Your Own
  60. 60. Adding to OneNote Meeting Notes via Mobile Within any new meeting, you have the option to add OneNote meeting notes to any outgoing meeting invite. From the Appointment menu, simply select Meeting Notes. Next, select either Share Notes with the Meeting or Take Notes on Your Own
  61. 61. Adding to OneNote Meeting Notes via Mobile Within OneNote in the target notebook, a new page is created with your meeting information, making this new notes repository instantly searchable. And in seconds, the same page appears within the mobile application. Once this new shared notebook is visible from your OneNote mobile app, you can add to it through your mobile device. That means you can quickly and easily capture audio, video, and notes — which is a *fantastic* and flexible way to add context to your notes. The real-time editing means that multiple people can add or edit notes at the same time. And if you lose your wifi connection, it will sync as soon as you’re back online. blog
  62. 62. Making quick video recordings in OneNote Let's say you want to create a quick video of yourself, either to let your team know something, or perhaps just as a reminder to yourself to take care of some items. OneNote has a basic video recording function built in, and it's perfect for those basic types of videos (not screen captures… just whatever your vidcam is picking up). Here's how it works… First off, go to your OneNote Options (File > Options), select Audio & Video, and make sure you have the right audio and video devices selected to record yourself:
  63. 63. Making quick video recordings in OneNote Once that's done, go to the Insert tab, add a new page, place the cursor where you want the recording to be, and click Record Video:
  64. 64. Making quick video recordings in OneNote The video will start recording immediately, and you'll have a Recording tab in the Ribbon Bar that will have the controls to Pause and Stop the recording:
  65. 65. Making quick video recordings in OneNote When you're done, just click Stop and everything is stored automatically. If you want to replay the recording, click Play:
  66. 66. Making quick video recordings in OneNote What's also a nice touch is that you can also right-click on the video icon and save it to a different location if you need it to reside outside of OneNote:
  67. 67. Build your own Learning Portal with Learning Pathways Microsoft Sr. Product Marketing Manager Stephen Rose (@stephenlrose) shared a great post “5 steps for boosting your digital transformation with Microsoft 365” https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft- 365/blog/2020/02/18/5-steps-boost-digital-transformation-microsoft-365/ Microsoft 365 Learning Pathways is a customizable, on-demand learning solution designed to increase usage and adoption of Microsoft 365 services in your organization. This includes on-demand custom training, SharePoint Online portal provisioning, and straightforward steps to provision, customize, and share your new portal with users.
  68. 68. Build your own Learning Portal with Learning Pathways Read more about Microsoft 365 Learning Pathways at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/customlearning/ How to get started creating a learning pathways experience for your environment: 1. Choose a setup option and provision Microsoft 365 learning pathways.  SharePoint Online Provisioning Service Setup  Stand alone learning pathways web part setup 2. Tailor learning pathways for your environment. 3. Share learning pathways with your users using our adoption tools.
  69. 69. Build your own Learning Portal with Learning Pathways The learning pathways site is based on a SharePoint communication template, so it's easy to modify the site to meet the needs of your organization. You can change the site name, logo, menu items, and the content on the pages. Guidance for customizing learning pathways is provided in the Admin Success Center. Read more about customizing the Microsoft 365 Learning Pathways at https://docs.microsoft.com/en- us/office365/customlearning/custom_exploresite
  70. 70. Build your own Learning Portal with Learning Pathways Plan your content for the Microsoft 365 Learning Pathways at https://docs.microsoft.com/en- us/office365/customlearning/custom_plancontent Check out the adoption resources at https://resources.techcommunity.microsoft.com/adoption/
  71. 71. Build your own Learning Portal with Learning Pathways Another resource shared by Stephen Rose in his article at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft- 365/blog/2020/02/18/5-steps-boost-digital-transformation- microsoft-365/ If you’re building a Learning Portal, this is where to begin by reviewing the great content and examples that Microsoft provides If you are NOT building a Learning Portal, you can still leverage this content Start with understanding how Microsoft 365 can improve productivity in your specific role or industry using scenarios and best practices with the Productivity Library. The Productivity Library is available for a wide range of industries including financial services, retail, and healthcare and gets granular for roles like operations, sales, and human resources. blog
  72. 72. Want more tips? Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020 “April Afflux” Register at http://bit.ly/O365afflux
  73. 73. Christian Buckley @buckleyplanet http://www.buckleyplanet.com Tom Duff @Duffbert http://OneMinuteOfficeMagic.com …AND subscribe to us on YouTube at YouTube.com/c/CollabTalk
  74. 74. Thank you

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