Upcoming Events in Q2/Q3
With most travel for 2020 being scuttled, there has been a huge influx of online events….which is good and bad. I love that we are still connecting and sharing, and I’m grateful for these opportunities to share my knowledge and talk about some really cool and practical technology, but sad that I won’t be seeing people face-to-face for some time. No matter how advanced the technology and fast the interwebs, there is no replacing human interaction.
Over the next couple months, in addition to my monthly tweetjams and user group hosting activities, I’ll be participating as a speaker in several major online events, and thought I’d share details here. All of these are free to attend unless otherwise posted, so please sign up for whatever fits your schedule:
[May 21st] 20 Tips for Microsoft Teams for Improving Productivity
Hosted by the Accel365 team, I’ll be joining Russ Basiura (@RussBasiura) to share 20 productivity tips for Microsoft Teams, giving individuals and project teams an instant boost to their MS Teams activities. Taking place Thursday, May 21st at 12pm EDT.
Register at https://bit.ly/3c0sX8V
[May 26th] Office 365 Productivity Tips “May Mediation”
The next edition of our ongoing webinar series, join myself and Tom Duff (@duffbert) as we once again go head-to-head to share 10 of our favorite productivity tips and let the audience pick the winners. Join us on Tuesday, May 26th at 9am PDT.
Register at http://bit.ly/O365mediation
[May 27+28th] 20 Microsoft 365 Productivity Tips You’ve Probably Never Used (But Should)
You might be seeing a theme here. For the online replacement of the covid-cancelled SharePoint Conference, the Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon offers a 36 hour continual broadcast with hundreds of sessions across all timezones and in multiple languages. There really will be something for everyone with this event! My session will once again share 20 of my favorite productivity tips, and I’ll broadcast on Thursday, May 28th at 4pm PDT.
Register at bit.ly/Microsoft365VM
[May 29th] #CollabTalk TweetJam
For this month’s #CollabTalk TweetJam, we’ll be discussing community takeaways from this week’s Microsoft Build conference, as well as next week’s M365 Virtual Marathon. We’re expecting a ton of announcements across a number of Microsoft products and solutions, and members of our panel will share their thoughts on what was shared — and where some of these technologies are headed.
No registration for these tweetjams. Simply join us at 9am PDT on Friday, May 29th via Twitter and the #CollabTalk hashtag. More details on our panel and questions to be covered in a blog post later this week.
[June 15-19th] Everything You Need to Know About Tasks in Microsoft 365
As part of the massive, 5-day GlobalCon2 event brought to us by the team at Collab365, I will be presenting a session on Task Management in Microsoft 365, with all of the latest updates and a couple short demos to help you and your team get up and running with the latest task capabilities and integrations.
Register at https://content.collab365.community/collab365-globalcon2/register-today/
[June 23rd] Office 365 Productivity Tips “June Jam”
Another edition of the webinar series with Tom Duff (@duffbert) as we once again go head-to-head to share 10 of our favorite productivity tips and let the audience pick the winners. Join us on Tuesday, June 23rd at 9am PDT.
Register at http://bit.ly/M365jam
[June 30th] #CollabTalk TweetJam
The focus of our June #CollabTalk TweetJam will be Microsoft Teams. Mark your calendar and join us for this online community discussion at 9am PDT on Tuesday, June 30th. More details on our panel and questions to be covered in a blog post in early June.
[July 6-9th] Commsverse
Commsverse is a community Microsoft Teams Conference run independently by industry experts in Microsoft Collaboration and Communication. This event brings you the best Microsoft Teams content from across the globe, based on real-world experience from the best speakers the industry has to offer!
Register at https://online.commsverse.com/
[Every Monday] Microsoft Community Office Hours
And for those looking for answers to specific questions, join our weekly Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) live streams happening every Monday at 8am and 6pm Pacific. You can find the recordings from past weeks on my blog, and watch the live streams through Twitter (Periscope) and the Office 365 Community page on Facebook where you can ask the panel questions. In the recordings and blog posts, I provide an outline of all of the topics covered with links to the timestamp in the recordings.
That’s it so far for Q2 and Q3, but I’m sure there will be more to add in the coming weeks. Hope to see you online!