Many Office 365 tenants use Planner for group-based task management. Generally, the application is OK and has been getting better. Now it can connect to Outlook to synchronize tasks into a user calendar, which then allows users to see tasks alongside their other commitments and print details off if needed. It’s an imperfect but acceptable solution to the lack of print capabilities within Planner.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you an easier way to schedule meetings using an add-in for Office 365 called FindTime.
Office 365 users and admins might not be familiar with appointment slots but as with most things G Suite, it is a well-implemented feature that can be mastered in minutes.
If you can control your workload, you can sleep better, feel less overwhelmed, and actually enjoy the calm moments. Matthew McDermott shares 5 tips for better managing your workload and time.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you how to create and use conference rooms in Office 365.
Microsoft is improving the way that people share calendars in Office 365 to make it easier and more straightforward. That’s nice, especially as the new mechanism extends to Outlook.com as well. However, no joy for on-premises servers…