Too often, I get emails in the evening and on weekends when I’m relaxing, working on a project or even doing school work but in a focused way. Now, if it’s a student question, well, I’m okay with that (to be honest, almost all student questions are now Teams Chat… Continue Reading Respectful emails
While you can certainly use Microsoft Forms to collect information and put it into a spreadsheet easily, sometimes you just need a simple yes/no or single selection. And Outlook lets you do that with VOTING BUTTONS. The process is very (very) easy. Start by creating a new email. On the… Continue Reading Voting in Outlook
My school has an unproductive relationship with email; it’s woefully abused and so no one really reads email since they’re overwhelmed with it. If you didn’t ruthlessly triage you’d never get through to the actual important ones. (A few good reminders are here: https://getpocket.com/explore/item/how-to-email ) Back when I did a… Continue Reading Read this email
So… say you wanted to have a party… but what’s the right time to have it?Office365 Outlook (free for all teachers & students!) will let you poll people to decide when’s the right time to meet. You need to use Outlook-on-the-web though. Now Outlook-on-the-web is actually a pretty good Outlook… Continue Reading Party On (Outlook), Garth!