Check out our top tips when working with Microsoft’s vast program/tool collection.
When posting to a conversation in a Microsoft Teams channel, use the format option. You can add a subject to your post and use paragraphs. This will keep your channel organized and make it easier to search.
You can create new assignments in @MicrosoftTeams based on assignments you’ve previously given. Just choose “From existing” and you’ll be able to use the old assignment as a template!
Add any website as a tab in @MicrosoftTeams to leverage to the power of “outside” resources INSIDE Teams! Include frequently accessed websites to give users easy access.
Need the same text format in @Office without manually changing? Highlight the text, click Format Painter on Home ribbon, & highlight text you want to change. Double click Format Painter to use multiple times.
To keep email or calendar notifications from popping up while presenting, use Focus Assist in Windows 10. Select Notifications>Expand>Focus assist to activate.
Design your presentation like a pro! The next time you add to a slide in PowerPoint, click on the Design tab to get the magic started.
Use @OneNote to create a digital recipe book of your favorite recipes for easy access on any device, from anywhere. BONUS – You can also collaborate and share your notebook with others to expand your collection!
Want to crop an image in OneNote? Well… the wait is over! OneNote Online, and within Microsoft Teams, has a crop feature! Simply insert your image, click the picture tab, select crop, and crop your picture.
Do you love the way Snapchat can make you look years younger, just from a single filter? The Microsoft Selfie app has the same effect and it’s super easy.