In #522, we introduced the immersive reader. In this post we explore this further by looking at the visual and grammar options within the tool. Watch the video to find out more. Featured image: CCO from Pixabay https://pixabay.com/photos/swan-water-swim-head-under-water-4017568/
The immersive reader is a fantastic tool that is available within many of the O365 applications. Great for learners at all levels, it offers a range of features that allow you to engage with the writing of others, or improve your own writing. Watch the video to find out how to access the tool and… Continue reading #522 Immersive reader: Introduction [1/2]
Creating a calendar group in Outlook is a top time saving tip that I recently discovered through talking to a colleague. If you share a lot of calendars, you can organise them by group instead of having them listed alphabetically. This is great if you have a massive long list of shared calendars, but even… Continue reading #464 Create a Calendar Group in Outlook
I don’t file my emails in Outlook, instead I use Search Folders. A Search Folder is a virtual folder that provides a view of all email items that match specific search criteria. For example, I use a Search Folder for anyone I correspond with regularly (i.e. I can find that person’s emails without searching through my… Continue reading #426 Search Folders in Outlook
Fed up of emailing back and forth to find a time to meet? Do you need to find a time when a colleague is free to meet you? Try Outlook schedule. Featured image: “Schedule” by Mike Blackburn is licenced under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
It is easy to create multiple personal calendars in Outlook. You might want to create a calendar which includes your personal appointments, university wide events or perhaps assessment hand-ins. These calendars can then be easily overlaid with your main calendar to view any potential clashes, without cluttering up your main view. Featured image: “Calendar” by Hana… Continue reading #314 Outlook Calendar getting cluttered? Create a new one!
Have you been sent an email that is bogged down with attachments? If so, never fear! There is a really quick way to save all the attachments you have been sent. Featured Image: “overload.” by groucho licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0