Tracking action items in a Microsoft Word web document

There are times when you’d like to keep track of things to do in a document, such as reminders to find more information, get reviews from particular people, and so forth. When you’re using Word on the web for a document stored in SharePoint Online or OneDrive, you can now do that with the Follow-up and @mention features. Here’s how that works…

The @mention feature in Outlook

Most of us get deluged with email on a daily basis, and it’s hard to get your emails to stand out and get noticed by your recipients. Did you know you can use the @mention feature in Outlook to mention someone in the body of your email and also include them in the To field? Here’s how that works…

@-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…

Using @mentions in your Outlook email

One of the new features when using Outlook is that you can @mention someone’s name in the body of the email, and it will automagically put that name into the To field of the email so you don’t forget to send it to them. Here’s how that works…