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OneNote – Version History

One of our recent posts talked about the magic and wonder that is OneNote. Used for agendas, collaboration and note-taking, OneNote has improved the writing and distribution of minutes for our team meetings. But you might wonder, especially when collaborating with others, “What if I accidentally delete all the notes from our last meeting?” or “How [...] Read more

Distinguishing between business and personal Microsoft accounts

There’s a funny way that the word “obfuscate” obfuscates. And it does. If you’re wondering what this is all about, well, this is the exact situation that Microsoft has created by consolidating the access portal for many of their online services where you can use either your personal or work Microsoft account. To add to [...] Read more

Xero Calculator: So simple yet effective

While attending the Xero to Hero course run by the fantastic team atConsultive Training, I was amazed that the seemingly simple Xero Accounting System could have so much depth under the hood. It is evident how much investment has been made in thinking through all aspects of their product and why it is rapidly become [...] Read more

OneNote – Write minutes in minutes

One of the interesting uses of OneNote (provided as part of the Office 365 subscription) is its ability to document meeting agendas and notes. Not only does it save time when it comes to documenting minutes, but it also allows attendees to quickly add action items into their Outlook tasks. This blog will show you how. Let’s first [...] Read more

Office 365 – Saving you time when documenting feedback

Documenting feedback can be a drag, whether it is on designs, websites, or other things viewed on your computer screen. While tools like the Windows Snipping Tool have made it easier to focus screenshots on areas of interest (as opposed to using print screen to take a snapshot of your entire screen), it still takes time to [...] Read more