Microsoft has just announced a forthcoming change to OneNote that has made me very happy.
For the past 10 years or so, Microsoft OneNote has been an integral part of my personal organisation and productivity system.
I store almost all my life admin in OneNote. This can be everything from documentation to meal planning. It is really useful if you’re involved in a road traffic collision, for example, and quickly need access to your car insurance documents. Or you are in the supermarket and can’t remember what you’ve planned for dinner at the weekend.Continue reading Hurrah! Vertical tabs are coming to Microsoft OneNote
I received an email today from someone who was having trouble upgrading from Microsoft Money 2004 to the last version, Microsoft Money 2005 (QFE2) UK. While opening his Money 2004 .MNY file in Money 2005, the program kept hanging.
Many Microsoft Money users are unaware there is a file repair tool bundled with the application.Continue reading Repair a Microsoft Money 2005 file
Here’s something that bugs me every time I have to use Microsoft Outlook: the Categories colour picker:
Seriously, who a) chose those particular colours, and b) put them in that completely random order?!
Would it be too much to ask for a more colour-spectrum order? Something like this:
A first world problem, I know. But it really bugs my sense of aesthetic and order every time I use it. Which is often.
As many may know, I am a big fan of Todoist and have written a few blog posts about Todoist. But a few weeks ago I installed Microsoft To Do and used it exclusively for a few days to see how it compared.
Within two days I returned to Todoist. I wanted to capture a few thoughts about why.
(Note: it would appear that either there was a significant update to Microsoft To Do in the last two weeks or my laptop was only able to install an older version because a few of the niggles I had with it appear to have been resolved in the latest version, which I installed on my desktop PC.)Continue reading Microsoft To Do review