I saw this super-easy hack on TikTok to create an organisation chart in PowerPoint. Start with a list and use tabs to create a hierarchy of staff. Then all you need to do is convert the list using SmartArt.
If you use MS Forms a lot, you might find it useful to explore the Collections feature, which works like a folder for your forms. It’s really easy to get set up, just don’t forget you need to be in the “All my forms” area to see your collections. Take a look at this short… Continue reading #661 All your MS Forms in a muddle? Here’s how to get them organised!
In this video I’ll demonstrate the accessibility checker within Microsoft One note – it’s a quick, handy easy-to-use tool.
In this short video I’ll show you the great dictate featre within Microsoft OneNote – it allows you to dictate straight into the app and you are able to translate the dictation in to many different languages.
The Alphabetizer is a free web-based tool that lets you – unsurprisingly – alphabetise lists. All you need to do is copy and paste your unordered list into the text box and click ‘Alphabetize’. It’s very useful if you quickly want to organise lists without using Excel or doing it manually. There are also other… Continue reading #603 Alphabetise any list with The Alphabetizer
Flourish is a web based data visualisation platform and data story telling app. It allows you to create animated data visualisations. Photo by Stephen Dawson on Unsplash
As we saw previously in post #511 Need anonymity? Blur those faces in YouTube! the YouTube editor has a great blurring tool – but it isn’t just for faces! If you have recorded a video that contains sensitive or confidential data, then you can highlight regions in the video to blur out. You don’t even… Continue reading #521 Video contains confidential information? Blur it out!
Ever wanted to save a tweet to read later, without everyone knowing about it? With the new bookmark feature, you can save your tweets in a private area. Watch the video to find out more. Featured image: CCO from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/daisy-bellis-philosophy-2320519/
This top tip helped me recently when adding up the duration of a number of videos for a project. The duration of the videos were in the 24 hour clock format and when I added the duration together the result was not as I expected. The answer was to change the format of the cells… Continue reading #496 Add up more than 24 hours in Excel
Microsoft forms allows you to create branched forms where you can direct respondents depending on there responses. This allows you to present questions based on the input of previous questions creating more sophisticated interactions. This simple example shows you how you can get started. Photo by Zach Reiner on Unsplash