Sharing computer sound in a Microsoft Teams meeting

I had a question come up today, and I realize I haven’t mentioned this feature before. If you are sharing your screen in a Microsoft Teams meeting and you want to play a video for people, they may not be able to hear it (even though you can hear it perfectly fine). You need to use the Include computer sound option to let everyone else hear what you’re showing. Here’s how that works…

Snoozing emails in your browser-based version of Outlook

nd to live in my inbox (don’t judge), and it’s a bit irritating when you get an email that you need to act on, but not for a period of time… and it just sits in your inbox until then. Sandra Mahan showed me a better way to deal with that… Snooze! It’s possible to use the Snooze function to set a future date to have the email show back up in your inbox, and you can ignore it until then. Here’s how it works…

Using the Tell Me feature in Microsoft Office

Tamara Bredemus wandered into my office yesterday and said “here’s a tip you might want to use…”, and she was right! You can ask the Tell Me feature in Microsoft Office to show you how to accomplish tasks without having to figure out the exact search terms or find the menu options. Here’s how it works…