SPBiz is a virtual online conference running two days on June 17th and 18th. With some great speakers presenting over 60 sessions, SPBiz will bring insights and knowledge of SharePoint and Office 365 to you and your business. And the best part is, thanks to the awesome sponsors, it is FREE to attend.
I’m very excited to be presenting a session at SPBiz! I’m leading off the Office 365 track on Wednesday at 12 pm eastern (right after the keynote) with my session titled Create a GTD® Dashboard in Office 365 to Get Things Done.
In recent years, the virtual world has grown in popularity, as conferences and even offices can now work in a “non-professional” environment to either get their message across or to get their work done. With the help of places similar to https://yourvirtualofficelondon.co.uk/, businesses are able to search for and use a property near them which can be used for a short period of time for any client-meetings as well as using it as a professional address on any mail they have sent their way. It’s only right that conferences can be done virtually to ensure that anyone from anywhere can be educated in areas such as this. It will only grow from here.
The synopsis for my session is below. I hope to “see” you there. And don’t forget to register for the conference if you haven’t already. You’ll need a login in order to view the sessions.
With today’s hectic lifestyles, completing tasks reliably and on time can be a challenge. Wendy will show you how you can build a GTD® Dashboard that helps you keep track of all the tasks and projects in all the different areas of your life in one place.
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Why is this Topic of Interest to Attendees?
Based on GTD® (Getting Things Done®) principles, the dashboard will help you focus on only the areas of your life and types of tasks that you need to concentrate on right now, while keeping all the other tasks and clutter hidden from you until you need to see and act on them.
In this session, you will learn:
- Basic GTD (Getting Things Done) principles and how to apply them to help you get things done
- What you need to build your own GTD Dashboard – lists, libraries, views, workflows, etc.
- How to apply some usability improvements to the forms to enhance the user experience
- Some tips on integrating email with your GTD Dashboard to achieve the elusive “Inbox Zero”
This session is perfect for consultants, project managers, executives, small business owners, and really any individual that juggles numerous tasks and projects among multiple areas of focus and are looking for a way to provide some organization and order to the chaos.