From learning how to speed up the patent approval process to finding alternative sources of business financing, crowdsourcing has again-and-again proven to be an amazing productivity tool that can save time and money and produce outstanding results.
Microsoft’s robust Office 365 suite features a comprehensive range of tools designed to make enterprise users more productive. Some of the many handy features you can look forward to include web scheduler, SharePoint, co-authoring and custom styles for documents, just to name a few.
However, with new features being added all the time, there might be some Office 365 features you aren’t using, or don’t even know about. To help you get the most out of your Office 365 subscription, we’re sharing 4 cool features that most Office 365 users don’t know along with tips on how to put them to good use.
Welcome to The Productivity Giants Series 2!
In case you missed it, this series includes interviews with some of the top leaders in the tech industry and beyond, and we’re continuing on with a new batch of inspiring people. We hope you’ll be inspired by their productivity wisdom, as well as their fascinating career learnings thus far. Catch up on Series 1 here.
First up in this new season is Jon Levy!
Let’s set the scene: you’re off to run some morning errands and decide to stop into your favorite coffee shop for a quick pick-me-up or a bagel for the road. Whether this is a one-off occurrence or if you’re a regular, you’ve certainly come across at least a few people a day who are tucked away in a corner, diligently pattering away at their laptops.
As you know, we’re all about saving time and improving productivity (We even launched an entire content series on the topic!) This is why we’ve teamed up with our favorite productivity pals to offer you the best gift we can think of: awesome deals on amazing productivity tools.