Office 365 includes tools for collaboration, such as SharePoint Online team sites and OneDrive for Business. In this video course, productivity expert Steve Somers demonstrates the basics on using SharePoint team sites and OneDrive for business. He will show connecting the cloud solutions to your desktop, and the nature of sharing content.
- Have you ever had your hard drive crash?…Ever think you have a copy of a file, but can't find it?…Are you tired of getting e-mail attachments?…We've all been there.…It's hard to keep track of all the places where you might…have saved a file and finding it later can be even harder.…There are multiple ways and places to…save files in Office 365.…This chapter will provide you with some considerations…for where to save files in order to maximize individual…and team productivity.…We'll talk about the benefits of saving files to SharePoint…or OneDrive, and why One might be more beneficial for…a given situation.…
Let's start with SharePoint.…In Office 365, SharePoint is typically referred to as Sites.…To get to Sites, we'll click on the waffle in the…upper left-hand side of any Office 365 page, and we'll…select the Sites button.…SharePoint Sites, or Team Sites, as this page is called…is the landing page for all of the sites that you follow.…Today, we're going to look at…the Landon Hotels Sales Team site.…Let me give you a quick orientation of this page.…
Next, learn which methods—email, phone, Skype, or face-to-face discussions—are most effective for communicating, and explore how to best plan and run effective meetings. By the end of the course, you'll be able to build a personal productivity strategy that works for you and your team.
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- Exploring GTD®
- Planning your day and week
- Managing your inbox
- Storing files on OneDrive and SharePoint
- Taking notes with OneNote
- Communicating effectively
- Planning productive meetings
- Running successful meetings