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 Advertisements
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
I suspect that many of you already know how to set up an automated out of office response to emails, but did you also know that you can schedule this to turn itself on and off? This is very useful if you are like me and forget to turn your out of office reply off… Continue reading #302 Going on holiday? Schedule an automated email reply
The Draw Table function in Office 2013 is really useful, particularly if you use tables to help create design layouts. With the draw table function it is quick and easy to add in extra columns and rows adhoc, that do not need to span across the entire table, making the layout much easier to adjust,… Continue reading #278 Tables in Outlook and Word driving you mad? Just draw them instead!
As you know, OneNote is a firm favourite at #1minuteCPD HQ. In this post, we look at how you can tag your notes across Pages, Sections and Notebooks and then how to use the ‘Find Tags’ function to search through your notebooks. Watch this 1 minute video to show you how… Featured image: ‘Tags‘ by soycamo… Continue reading #261 OneNote: Tagging your notes
By request! In the office the other day and someone said they’d recently discovered that you can drag and drop attachments in to most email clients. Yes you can! So here’s a couple of examples using Outlook, Gmail and iCloud Featured image by Pixabay licenced under CC0