Collaborate more efficiently
Microsoft Garage is their ‘skunk works’ programme to encourage employees to do things they care about. Small teams run their own ideas and trial them – a bit of an ongoing Hackathon. Many of these ideas go on to become part of Microsoft 365 or Windows. One of these outcomes, that I use regularly, is SNIP for taking pictures of what is on your screen.
Microsoft Garage have just released something called ‘Journal’ – Journal – Microsoft Garage.
For the life of me, I can’t see why when they have Whiteboard and OneNote.
If you haven’t used it, Whiteboard lets you have several users share the same virtual whiteboard, and edit it, at once – you can set up several whiteboards and share them independently, and, most importantly, you can embed them in Teams meetings.
OneNote has been around for a while now, and also lets you share with colleagues – in this case you share an entire notebook with colleagues – including embedded text, images and so forth. You can grab screen shots and virtual printouts, load them in OneNote and mark them up.
Personally, I use OneNote extensively. We have a family notebook at home that we share – things like shopping lists and holiday plans are there. Then I have a personal notebook for my work life, an shared Notebooks with different work teams. Some of these are also embedded into Teams to make them easier to access.
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Refer : Microsoft Garage – Wikipedia