What is Microsoft Flow and it’s alternatives

Microsoft Flow, now called Power Automate, is cloud-based software that allows employees to create and automate workflows and tasks across multiple applications and services without help from developers. Automated workflows are called flows. To create a flow, the user...

Lock objects in PowerPoint for Windows

Lock Objects Have you modified lock objects without meaning to while working on a presentation? By locking objects such as shapes, icons, pictures, 3D models, connectors, ink, you can now ensure that there won’t be any mishaps. In order to modify an object, you will...

Getting started with Zoom For Schools

Zoom is a free service that lets you video chat with large groups of people on your computer or mobile device. The big difference between Zoom and other video chat services is the number of possible participants. While Skype can have up to 50 callers in...

Latest Version Of Microsoft Office 2019

Office 2019 is the latest version of Microsoft’s standalone Office productivity suite. It’s what the firm now calls the “perpetual” version of Office, or what old-timers like myself might still call “on-premises.” And that’s for good reason: Office 2019 doesn’t offer...

How to use the Microsoft Teams Meeting Apps

Schoology’s integration with Microsoft Teams provides teachers and students with an easy way to create, access, and collaborate using Teams meetings within Schoology for remote learning. This integration includes the following features: Real-time sharing of audio,...