Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
OneNote is the Great Organizer of Microsoft programs, ready to take almost any kind of content and make it available across multiple platforms. Here's how to get started.
The Skype extension for Chrome lets you add call links to your calendar entries on Google and Outlook.com.
This is where the number-crunching fun starts. Learn the ins and outs of the logical formulas that represent the heart of Excel.
Microsoft recently rolled out its Mentions feature to the Windows 10 Mail app. Here's how it works.
Word's built-in bullet points can give boring reports a bit of bling, but you can do even more by creating custom bullets from an image file. Here's how.
Maybe you've made a political post or two (or more) on Facebook, or maybe you're trying to hide from them. Here's how to silence the noise.
Bet you don’t know everything Chrome OS can do. Here’s what it offers, from keyboard shortcuts to Chromecast capers—and a surprising amount of offline productivity.
Microsoft's Office Insider program gives you access to new features before they go mainstream. Here's how to join.
Gmail is turning its back on Windows XP and Vista as the lights slowly go out on Microsoft's aging and unsupported operating systems.
Capture and curate articles and videos for later viewing with these bookmarking tools.
You can email notes straight to Evernote, no muss, no fuss, assuming you have a paid plan. Here's how to set up the email addresses and filters to make this process automatic.
Bookkeepers, project managers, HR departments and more use the Excel Date & Time functions WEEKNUM, ISOWEEKNUM, WORKDAY, WORKDAY.INTL to calculate time. Here's how.
Duarte's Five Rules is a classic PowerPoint presentation that can make you an instant expert. Study the slides and read these tips to learn more.
Office 365 is a great way to stay productive. Here are the main reasons you should give Office 365 a try.
OneNote's audio recording feature links your notes to specific points in the recording. Here's how it works.