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Upload Photos to OneDrive With Microsoft Flow

Keeping photos and video organized across multiple devices can be complicated and messy. On this week’s One-Minute Wednesday, Ricky Perez will walk through creating a Flow that allows you to upload, manage, and organize visual content in OneDrive, right from your mobile device.

Get New Task Alerts with Microsoft Flow

Do you ever worry that you’ll miss a project task or deadline? On this One-Minute Wednesday, Derek Duhaime will showcase a Microsoft Flow template that automatically sends notifications straight to your inbox when a new project task is assigned to you in Microsoft Planner. Check it out!

Blocking Senders in Microsoft Outlook

Tired of junk mail getting past your built-in spam filter? You can quickly and easily train your junk folder in Microsoft Outlook. On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Sean Mountain will show you how to mark email as junk and block senders, giving you more power over what shows up in your inbox!

Create Slideshow Videos with PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint is a great tool for creating presentations, but did you know you can easily transform your presentations into videos? On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Rachel Telander will show you how to turn your slideshows into customized videos that you can share with anyone!

Optical Character Recognition in OneNote

Microsoft OneNote has a great feature called Optical Character Recognition (OCR) that lets you capture and edit text from webpages, pictures, PDFs and more. Tune in to this week’s One-Minute Wednesday as Carlos De Luche walks you through how to easily copy text right into OneNote so you can make edits!

Optimize Scheduling with Microsoft FindTime

Need an easy way to set up meetings that work for multiple people’s schedules? On this week’s One-Minute Wednesday, Tylen Wells will take a look at Microsoft FindTime, an app that helps you coordinate meeting schedules, allows people to select which dates and times work for them, and automatically sends out calendar invites in response.

Security Issues: PhishPoint Cyberattack

A new cyberattack called “PhishPoint” is currently threatening Office 365 users. PhishPoint bypasses Microsoft’s security by hiding malware inside of SharePoint documents that steal your Microsoft credentials. On today’s episode of One-Minute Wednesday, Ross Heuer will cover how this attack operates and the steps to keep yourself from becoming a victim of this scam.

Dominate Your Inbox: Outlook Categories

Keep your email organized and stay ahead of important emails with this simple tool! On this week’s One-Minute Wednesday, John McCormack will be talking about how you can use Categories to highlight VIP emails and keep track of important notifications. When you’re buried under a flood of emails, this can really help critical messages stand out in your inbox.

Dominate Your Inbox: Creating a CC Folder

Take control of your inbox and reclaim your productivity with this quick tip! This week on One-Minute Wednesday, Matt Grimes will be showing you how to create a CC folder for emails where you’re not the direct recipient. This is a great way to manage emails where you don’t need to respond immediately, freeing you up to work through your day.

Security Issues: BlueBorne Malware

BlueBorne is a new cyber-threat that is attacking Bluetooth-enabled devices. Hackers are using Bluetooth connections to infiltrate and steal information from phones, laptops, and more. On today’s episode of One-Minute Wednesday, Nathanael Emenaker will go over the basics of how this malware works and the steps you can take to keep yourself secure.

Automate Tasks in Microsoft Flow

Automate your daily workflows and tasks with Microsoft Flow! With just a few clicks, Flow allows you to build connections between Microsoft apps that automatically manage your calendar, organize files and data, send updates to your inbox, and a whole lot more. Tune in for this week’s One-Minute Wednesday as John McCormack shows you how to take advantage of Flow!
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