Microsoft 365 Hacks
Word, Excel, Outlook – who isn’t familiar with them? Nowadays, the Microsoft 365 applications can be found on virtually every PC in organizations large and small. However, do you also know the tips and tricks that go with them and make your working life much easier?
Our tts performance suite acts in the moment of need to provide you with precisely the support you require for the Microsoft application you are using at the time. The concise, easy-to-understand guides take you through the application step by step.
To keep you up to speed, we will be sharing our monthly Microsoft 365 hacks with you. You’ll get to know the latest features, and discover new, practical tips that you can incorporate directly into your everyday work.
By the way, as a Microsoft Empowerment maintenance customer, you can enjoy automatic access to the Microsoft 365 hacks every month via the download portal.
Office alone does not make a Digital Workplace
Microsoft 365 applications and services are essential to practically every digital workplace, but digital workplaces aren’t just about writing emails or creating PowerPoint presentations. Generally, there’s at least one other system for staff to grapple with, such as ERP, CRM or PLM software.
This is where our digital adoption solution comes in, bringing together staff, processes and technology. Only when these three variables interact smoothly is there a chance that the potential of new software applications and constantly changing business processes can be exploited in full.
Our solution, the tts performance suite, helps you boost digital adoption in your organization – regardless of whether that involves SAP S/4HANA, Salesforce, Microsoft 365, etc.
New guides in September
Each month, our guide of the month presents you with step-by-step guides that we will make available to you in the tts performance suite. You can find out more here:
Add a Forms survey to fill out for your team (Teams 365)
In this guide you will learn how to add an existing Forms survey as a new tab to a channel. The survey can then be filled out by the team members in the new tab.
Change default folder for downloads (Teams 365)
In this guide, you will learn how to change the default folder for downloads out of Teams.
Change file open preference (Teams 365)
In this guide, you will learn how to change the file open preference for Microsoft 365 files.
Create quick poll with @Forms command (Teams 365)
In this guide, you will learn how to share a Forms survey that you have previously created as a word cloud in a Teams meeting.
Customize the view of the calendar period (Outlook 365)
In this guide, you will learn how to customize the calendar period displayed. This can be helpful if you have a short work week or want to see the next weeks at a glance.
Hide/Unhide folders or files in Windows Explorer (Windows 10)
In this guide, you will learn how to hide and unhide items in the Windows Explorer. Hiding and unhiding folders or files can be useful if you are dealing with files that should never be changed or should not be visible to others on your PC for privacy reasons.
Link Excel table with Word document (Word 365)
In this guide, you will learn how to integrate an external table into Word.
Pin a message in a chat (Teams 365)
In this guide, you will learn how to pin a message in a Teams chat.
Reply to an email with a meeting invitation (Outlook 365)
In this guide, you will learn how to respond to an email with a meeting invitation.
Set default apps (Windows 10)
In this guide, you will learn how to change the default apps in the Windows settings. This function can be useful if, for example, the default Internet browser has changed unintentionally and you want to undo this setting.
Share a word cloud poll in a Teams meeting (Teams 365)
In this guide, you will learn how to share a Forms survey as a word cloud in a Teams meeting.
Sort created tasks into self-made lists (To Do)
In this guide, you will learn how to move a task to a task list you have created in Microsoft To Do. This can be useful if you are sorting your tasks by topics.
Using hashtags to simplify searching for tasks (To Do)
In this guide, you will learn how to simplify the search for specific tasks in Microsoft To Do by using hashtags. This can be useful, for example, if you want to only display tasks related to a specific project.