16th October 2020
Want to organize your multiple daily tasks but don't know which tools to use? In this webinar David Benaim comments on the different Microsoft 365 applications.
Choosing the right app for your project
Task management is a combination of soft and hard skills, and much like the popular email management webinar, David shares some ideas that combine experts’ productivity theory with some tech features which many aren’t aware of, whilst keeping the process as efficient as possible through the technology available to us in 2020.
Tasks can be created in To Do, Planner, Outlook, OneNote etc. but Teams recently incorporated a way to combine many things into one place.
In this webinar you will learn about:
1. What's new in Office 365
2. Personal tasks using To Do
3. Team tasks using Microsoft Planner
5. As you go tasks using OneNote
6. The veredict: David's opinion about these tasks
Watch this webinar here
Task Apps across Microsoft 365 PDF for you to download
Members of MGI Worldwide with CPAAI can download the presentation file. To access these resources, please head to the Webinars page in the Members area. You may find David’s video on Planner quite useful too.
Next month we will be exploring whether the new Microsoft Lists could be a successor to Excel.
For a full range of Microsft tips and tutorials, visit David Benaim’s YouTube channel here.
For more information please contact Paul Winder at firstname.lastname@example.org or Maxine Brock at email@example.com.
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