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How to Use Planner and To Do to Crush Your Daily Tasks

No matter what Nick from the sales department tells you about his financial scheme – you know, the “inverted funnel” one – someone promising you’ll get rich quickly is lying.

 

In favor of a more direct approach, our goal is to simplify the useful tech we use every day so that the endless options we're all inundated with every day feels a little more manageable. 

 

This is all a fancy way to say we really love to geek out on tech stuff. Seriously. It’s all we talk about. Stand around our proverbial water cooler and see what we chat about. It’s usually tech. And for today’s blog, we’re geeking out on Microsoft Planner and all of its incredible usefulness. 

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How to Get the Most Out of Microsoft Teams

 

Yes, there are a lot of similar options on the market and you may be using one of them successfully, but the reality is nothing quite touches Teams. Here we’ll explore helpful tips and tools that will assist your team in overcoming common challenges encountered within Teams and how to best use the app in your remote or hybrid office.

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Can I create templates in Microsoft Planner?

If you are an Office 365 or Microsoft 365 user - there are no shortage of tools to help you get your work done.  You've got Microsoft Planner for lightweight group projects, Microsoft To-Do for personal tasks and to-dos, and Microsoft Lists can be customized to create shared project plans, tasks lists (or anything else your heart desires!).

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Combine These Two Office 365 Apps for Even More Productivity

Office 365 has some wonderful tools for productivity. The real enhancements are found when combining Microsoft apps that are designed to work together.

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Best Programs for Managing Projects in Office 365

Using a project management application can provide significant benefits to companies looking to streamline processes in their businesses. It can greatly reduce time spent on planning as well as increase team productivity.

If you’re using Office 365, you already have access to multiple apps and platforms to help with project management. Each tool has its own strengths—it’s just a matter of what you’re trying to do.

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