Interested in using Yammer but not sure where to start? Back in May, we posted five ways to use Yammer. If you missed it, you can catch up on that post here.
If you’ve used Sway, Microsoft’s visual storytelling/presentation program you’ll know that its auto-formatting function can be a great time saver.
Recently I’ve been chatting with academic colleagues about using OneNote’s Class Notebook available from the Office 365 homepage, for tutorial or personal tutor scenarios.
Have you had a go with Microsoft’s aptly named Planner program (accessed via your Office 365 homepage)? Planner lets you create a board, add cards for tasks to do and share the plan with colleagues.
Are you a Microsoft Forms convert yet? If not, why not have a go at creating and using a Microsoft Form either for a quiz or survey. Find out how to get started by reading our blog post from 15 March.
Because pivot tables exist as values in cells once you have created them you can then apply conditional formatting to their results to further clarify their summaries for your viewers.
Interested in using Yammer but not sure where to start?
Here are five ideas to get you started using Yammer whether it’s for learning, teaching or assessment, within a group or as an individual user:
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This week, we visited colleagues at our Brackenhurst campus to share some tips for using Outlook more efficiently.
We showed them various nifty Outlook tips including Quick Steps and Clutter.
A feature of the Subtotal TOOL is the ability to also group your data into a form ready for printing. For example, let’s say you have a lot of records that you want to separate by one of the fields in the records.
If you’ve already explored Microsoft Sway, you’ll know that this digital storytelling package loves visuals. You can add images, but did you know it’s also easy to add video too?
From the Cards pane, just select a Video card.