I watched a client minimize all her open documents and software to get to the Windows Desktop. She smacked her head when I showed her this.
About Suite Tuesday (formerly Tech Tuesday): This video is part of a how-to series produced by Peggy Duncan that features tips and tricks in software most business people use every day. Will also explore using the iPad. Explained in plain English without any fluff. Free to share. More tips from Peggy Duncan on LinkedIn. #SuiteTuesday
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About the Author: Peggy Duncan is an award-winning, international personal productivity expert. She uses her skills as a professional organizer, project manager, and computer trainer to help busy professionals spend less time working but get more done.
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My 2-Minute rule in Outlook defers delivery of a message so I have plenty of time to get it from the Outbox, make a change, and resend.
Google recently made it possible for the masses to UNSEND a message in Gmail, and I recorded this quick video to show you how.
Outlook is my preferred email client, and I organize and manage my life with it. For training, call me. I conduct workshops, conference seminars, Webinars, and individual SKYPE sessions. I also have some pre-recorded lessons here.
LinkedIn is the number one social media site for getting business. Whether you’re job hunting, recruiting, or promoting your business and expertise, it’s the place to be. I put together this compilation of how-to videos I’d recorded that will improve your profile.
For more videos on LinkedIn, I’ve included my LinkedIn Playlist. I hope you’ll find some tips you can use.
How to Add Videos and Files to Your Profile (Create a Professional Portfolio)
Have you ever wanted to play a YouTube video over and over? Me too…it might be a how-to video or music I love. Instead of waiting to click the replay button on YouTube, I wanted a way to automatically repeat it.
Here’s what I did for the Chrome browser. You’ll need to do the same for Firefox.
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I know, I know, it’s hard to find just the right image for your presentation or art project. Sometimes you have to resort to ClipArt. And then when you do, it’s hard to find diversity. Here’s a how-to video I recorded to show you how to recolor PowerPoint ClipArt. I’m using the 2010 version in this video, but older versions work as well.
So get creative and do your own. Let me know in a comment what you think.
For better organization of your YouTube videos and to improve your viewers’ experience, use playlists to group similar ones. From the YouTube Playbook, “You can create playlists using your own content, other channels’ videos, or a combination of both. Playlists can be used as an organizational tool and creators can create playlists as a linear viewing experience for their audience. Playlists can be featured on your channel, linked-to via annotations, and appear in search results and suggested videos.
Playlists should be an essential part of your channel strategy to increase watch-time and develop a programmed experience for your viewer.”