Thanks for stopping by. Here are the things I’m noodling on this week. I share a whole lot more things like this on Twitter and save the better ones over in Diigo.

Guru

Guru is a browser extension that facilitates knowledge sharing among teams. I’m giving it a try to see how well it works. If it’s successful I’ll share more details later.  If you try it out for yourself, I’d love to hear what you think.

Guru-Chrome-KnowledgeSharing

https://www.getguru.com/

PollEverywhere

I’ve talked about PollEverywhere before and have been a fan for some time. Now it’s available for Google Slides and it is even included with PowerPoint on the iPad.

Google Slides

If you use Google slides, check out this Chrome browser add-in for PollEverywhere.

PowerPoint for iPad

Microsoft now pre-installs Poll Everywhere in PowerPoint on your iPad. If you’re up to date you’ve got it. It’s right there in the Add-ins menu.

Duarte Diagrammer

This isn’t new, but it resurfaced for me this week and it’s definitely worth sharing.  Pictures are worth a thousand words and finding the right diagram can be life saver. Choose from more than 4,000 customizable diagrams and download the free PowerPoint®-ready file to enhance your presentation.

DuarteDiagrammer

http://www.duarte.com/diagrammer/

Wiselike

Wiselike provides a web-based platform that allows users to sign up with their full credentials and expertise to share their knowledge with folks who have questions. These experts are invite-only, and users who wish to be experts can ask Wiselike for an invite to become a knowledge sharer. Got any questions for me? My page is here.

WiselikeCOM

https://wiselike.com/

Why Write Excel Formulas When You Can Flash Fill?

Flash fill is great for so many things beyond basic number and date series – especially, when it comes to cleaning data.

https://miketips.wordpress.com/2015/09/18/why-write-excel-formulas-when-you-can-flash-fill/