Kelly LaForest

Microsoft Office 365 blog by a OneNote MVP.

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Add a Personal Wiki to your Teams App Bar

Did you know that you can pin the Wiki app to your Teams app bar? Click the three dots More Options menu to open the junk drawer and select Wiki from the options in the list. Why use it? It gives you a personal wiki that you control! Use it to store helpful information inside …

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How to See the Attendance List After a Teams Meeting

Want to know who attended your Teams meeting? The Teams Attendance Report Excel spreadsheet feature is nice, however… Only meeting organizers can download attendance reports. You are only able to download the attendance report while the meeting is in progress and participants are still present. One workaround to allow any attendee to see the attendance …

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How to Switch Between Organizations in the Microsoft Teams App

Hey! If you are watching this video, it is likely because you’ve started working with Regroove, and you need to learn how to switch between different organization’s Teams accounts. If you look in the top right hand corner of (the) Teams app, you will notice to the left of your avatar, there will be a …

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How to Join Zoom Meeting from your Browser

Here are the steps to join a Zoom meeting from your browser using the Zoom web client: Click on the link in the email or calendar meeting. Click on the link above (highlighted in yellow) Click on the blue text that says “launch meeting” Click on the blue text that says “join from your browser” …

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Blocking Time in your Outlook Calendar When You are Not Working

Making sure my coworkers know when I am and will be available is very important to me. In addition to using the Status message in Teams, I also block off time in my Outlook calendar so people and scheduling tools do not try and book me during a time I do not work. Here’s how …

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New Feature: Links to OneNote and Teams Now Work in Microsoft To Do

Do you see what I see? Look at these gorgeous links! Yep. You can just copy/paste a “Copy Link” from OneNote or from Teams into the Notes field and have it show up formatted neatly and correctly (and frankly, as it should have been from day one.) THIS. IS. LIFE. CHANGING. Thank you @MicrosoftToDo You …

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Moving Tasks from OneNote to To Do and then to Outlook

Task management is hard. With this simple “workflow”, life can get a little easier.Here’s how I manage my tasks: For every meeting, assign someone to be the meeting scribe and type out a task list in OneNote using To Do tags. Pro Tip: Start each task with task owner’s initials and end each task with …

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