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Including "find a time that works for everyone"
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yesterday by craniac
Automatizzare processi e attività | Microsoft Flow
È possibile automatizzare le attività integrando le app preferite in Microsoft Flow per semplificare le attività ripetitive tramite l'automazione del flusso di lavoro.
automation  Sync  automate  syncronize  flow  calendar  exchange  microsoft 
4 days ago by arioch1984
February | A History of Racial Injustice
A History of Racial Injustice is a set of tools for learning more about people and events in American history that are critically important but not well known.
society  usa  calendar  people  racism  history 
4 days ago by fdedic
How to make automatic calendar in Excel
Creating a new calendar each month is a waste of time, but many people do as they think they need to rebuild it to get correct weekends and public holidays. But in fact, with few formulas, 2 conditional formatting rules, 1 dropdown list and 5 lines of VBA code, you can create an automatic calendar.
excel  spreadsheet  calendar 
5 days ago by terry
Hyper-Scheduling Without Making Yourself Crazy — MacSparky
There is a thread in the Focused forums referring to an article from The Guardian where a block scheduler gives herself 3-minute bathroom break blocks. I think that is too much. When the blocks get too small, you spend your time arranging your time instead of doing something. Blocks too small can start to feel like deck chairs on the Titanic.
When I started my series on block scheduling, I called it “hyper-scheduling”. That’s because I hadn’t researched it enough to realize everyone else in the world called it “block scheduling”. Regardless, and in spite of my silly name for it, rarely do I schedule a chunk of time less than an hour when I schedule my time. Looking at my current week, my only blocks less than an hour are my daily tasks of starting up and meditating, two things that I want to make sure I make time for and don’t need a full hour.
As I’m writing this, it’s Monday morning. Here’s my current schedule for the week.
You’ll see that nearly everything is at least an hour. While most of today is booked up, there are still blocks of open space throughout the rest of the week that will inevitably fill up as I move through the week. With these one-hour minimum blocks, it is not difficult to move things around as the need arises. One last note: because it is Monday, this schedule looks suspiciously organized and symmetrical. Have no fear. By Friday, it will look a lot less organized. Shit happens.
productivity  calendar  organizing 
5 days ago by rgl7194
How to import a calendar from Excel to Outlook
Before we can create the calendar upload template, we need to know what fields Outlook uses in their calendars. Here is a list of the most commonly used fields that are available in Outlook:
microsoft  data  calendar  outlook 
5 days ago by terry

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