@-less Mentions in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams allows you to flag someone in a chat or conversation by using the @ symbol before their name, such as @Duff, Thomas (the format of our names). There’s now a new way to flag someone’s name, and all you have to do is start typing their name. You don’t need the @ any more. Here’s how that works…

Updating hyperlinks in a Word document

Sandra Mahan recently found a cool tip for a customer who needed to update hyperlinks in a Word document, preferably without having to edit each hyperlink separately. She found the keyboard shortcut of ALT-F9 which displays the underlying hyperlink so you can do replacing. Here’s how that works…

Giving people Praise in Microsoft Teams

When you’re in Microsoft Teams, collaborating with all your coworkers, you might feel the need to call out someone for the excellent work they’ve done or the help they’ve given you. You can do that now with the Praise feature. Here’s how that works…

Exporting a Planner to Excel

This is a new feature that came about from people requesting and upvoting it on the Planner UserVoice site. You can now export your Planner to Excel in order to work with it further. Here’s how that works…

Decluttering your Microsoft Teams list of workspaces

After you’ve been using Microsoft Teams for a bit, there’s a good chance you’ll “collect” a large number of Teams that you’re part of. That can make your list of Your Teams long and unwieldy. Fortunately, there’s a new feature that will keep that list under control and hide the Teams that you don’t use as much (or at all). Here’s how that works.