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How to Change a Plan Logo in Microsoft Planner

Microsoft Planner allows you to have multiple plans, but they all have a similar blank logo with the plan initials. This makes it hard to distinguish plans at a glance. Here’s how to change the logo to something more un...

6 Ways to Get More Out of Microsoft Planner

Microsoft Planner is pretty simple to use, but some of its more useful features aren’t front and center. If you’re just creating and moving tasks, here are six ways to get a bit more out of Planner. Here’s ...

How To Use Outlook Online’s Snooze Tool

Outlook Online has a Snooze function, just like Gmail. Use it to move items out of your inbox until you’re ready to deal with them and stop your inbox from filling up with emails you don’t need right now....

How to Create a Teams Meeting in Outlook

Now that working from home is the norm, video conferences are becoming the de facto way to meet. Here’s how to create Microsoft Teams meetings directly from within Outlook, without having to book them through the Teams ...

What Is Microsoft Planner and How to Use It

Microsoft Planner is a to-do app that comes with Office 365. It’s used for personal and teamwork planning, with a simple card-based interface that’s similar to Trello. Here’s a quick look at how to use it....

How to Use the Follow Up Option in Outlook

One of Outlook’s most useful and least-understood options is Follow Up, the program’s email reminder tool. If you struggle to remember to answer emails after they’re no longer on the front page of your inbox...

How to Add Branching in Microsoft Forms

Microsoft Forms is a great tool for creating free, easy-to-use surveys, polls, quizzes, and questionnaires. It includes branching, which allows you to send users to different questions depending on their previous answers. Her...
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